BARO LEE is a Korean Australian writer and director whose stories focus on sacrifice, grief, and tenacity influenced by his immigrant family and community.
Baro graduated from the University of Technology Sydney in Media Arts and Production and the Film and Television Institute of India. He wrote and directed his personal documentary ‘Hiruaerak,’ selected at the Antenna Documentary Film Festival. Furthermore, Baro showcased his skill as a director through the mini-documentary series 'IYAGI,’ exploring Australia's unique relationship with Korea through stories of underrepresented Koreans in Australia and Australians in Korea.
As a writer, Baro participated in the ‘Stories From Another Australia’ initiative run by Co-Curious and supported by The Ian Potter Foundation, Screenrights Cultural Fund, and Screen NSW. Baro has also spent the past five years working on several film productions such as Marvel’s 'Thor: Love and Thunder,' Warner Bros.' 'Elvis,' Benjamin Millepied’s 'Carmen,' Glendyn Ivin’s 'Penguin Bloom,' as well as television dramas like Stan's 'Totally Completely Fine,' SBS's 'While The Men Are Away,' and ABC's 'Mother and Son'.