Born in Los Angeles, California, Joyce Lee is a writer and designer. After earning degrees in Economics and Visual Studies at the University of Pennsylvania, she worked in communications at Urban Outfitters before starting at Colors. Following brief stints as a medical subject, scent tester and meat slicer, Joyce currently spends her time on freelance projects. She lives in New York.
Blog Series | Food On The Loose: In public places, the need to eat can often be a source of urban woe. Designed for containment--inside domestic spaces as well as our bodies, fare outdoors may lead to social ills (think: litter, disease outbreaks)--but also delights, like picnics and free smells. Food On The Loose follows what happens when nutrients take the streets.