Lee Graham was so emotionally moved by Michelle Kwan's 2002 Olympic Exhibition program that he expressed a desire to begin figure skating to his mom. At the age of 15, his parents saw his new interest as a possible distraction from his academics, but his mother could only express that concern in a manner that only a southern mother could; "NO! Dat's not a black people thing!" Lee utilized the school library to research figure skaters of color which led to the subsequent purchase of a Figure Skating magazine which highlighted a production called "Ebony On Ice." That article included a full photo spread of a cast of Black skaters, including the two other Brownbody movement artists Carrie and Steven. Lee finally bought his first pair of figure skates at the age of 19 while working as the Zamboni Driver at the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, where he received an academic scholarship in biological sciences and visual arts. Lee would stay late into the night after closing the Patty Ice Arena and teach himself movements that he'd studied from televised recordings of figure skating competitions. It was the beginning of a love affair with movement and self expression as Lee discovered ballet, yoga, and pilates in order to become a better skater. After 3 years of intense training, and 100 lbs lighter, Lee was scouted by Disney On Ice to star in their touring production of High School Musical, which toured for two years in North, Central, and South America. Followed up by 5 years touring Europe with Holiday On Ice, Lee continued to explore other forms of aristic expression, including modeling, acting, dancing, comedy, singing, puppetry, drag, fire spinning, and aerial silks. While on tour, Lee developed a passion for photography and videography in order to share his travels and newfound forms of artistic expression with his family back home. These videos became ever increasingly expressive in their own right. His 2008 impersonation of Beyonce's "Single Ladies" performed in the snow covered forest of Alaska went viral, was featured in Beyonce's live european tour, was highlighted by Anderson Cooper on "Anderson Cooper 360," and evoked laughter on NUMEROUS national and international blogs and television shows. Lee is now a figure skating coach and choreographer in Denver, Colorado. His team of skaters is currently #1 in the state of Colorado in the basic skills circuit.