Sam Lee is a Mercury Prize-nominated folk singer, naturalist and curator.
Before becoming a musician, he was a wilderness survival expert. He is known as a traditional music specialist dedicated to collecting, restoring and sharing ancient music from Britain and Ireland. He has written music for films and TV, including King Arthur andPeaky Blinders.
Sam is a regular guest teacher on the Goldsmiths popular music degree, and previously lectured at at SOAS, Oxford University and Newcastle University. He was the first ever folk singer to teach at the Royal College of Music.