Fallout Media was founded in Hong Kong in 2013 by Edwin Lee, a former multimedia journalist at South China Morning Post, The Wall Street Journal and BBC World News.
Making videos, films and documentaries since age 16, he is constantly striving to pair artistic, cinematic visuals with meaningful and impactful storytelling.
Lee made headline news in 2014 when he directed a short film about Edward Snowden.
Fallout Media has produced content for small, independent brands all the way to mega corporations. If there's content worth creating, we're there. Since 2017, we are the exclusive video production team for M+ Museum and the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority - the future largest cultural hub in the world.
Can media companies give back to society? The answer is yes. In this media saturation age - now, more than ever.
Fallout Media has engaged in pro bono work for various charities and NGOs across Asia such as The Chain Reaction Project, Mercy Relief and Feeding Hong Kong. By offering these media skills, we help to hone their messages and create engaging content to reach wider audiences. In doing so, these NGOs can attract more attention to their causes.
Edwin Lee is currently Director at Sight to Sky, a Singapore-based NGO dedicated to bringing primary healthcare to Himalayan communities.