Angela D. Lee holds two MFA degrees, one from Azusa Pacific University and one from Austin Peay State University, and a BFA from Belmont University. Lee’s area of specialty is graphic design. Her personal studio practice encompasses not only graphic design, but also vector art, photography and video art that deals with themes of ancestry, identity and the search for a homeplace. In addition to work for Eli Lilly, Vanderbilt and Mapco, Lee has also had work published in Graphic Design USA and the CIVA Codex Diverseo Objections. She has presented as a panelist at the College Art Association conference. Her work has been in several solo, invitational and juried shows. She leads the Rocketown service project in the Department of Visual Arts at Lipscomb, contributes pro bono design work to Medals of Honor and End Slavery Tennessee, and is active in the Nashville chapter of the American Advertising Federation.
When not teaching or in the studio, she can usually be found riding a mountain bike with her husband and enjoying family time with the dogs.