Lee Buric

Filmmaker, Designer, and Web Developer in Boulder, Colorado

Lee Buric

Filmmaker, Designer, and Web Developer in Boulder, Colorado

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Lee Buric is an American documentary filmmaker and broadcast journalist. In the lineage of the non-narrative work of Stan Brakhage, her films seek to incorporate the conceptual, unscripted and verite into her storytelling and editing techniques.

Her technical background is in live television production as a director, cinematographer and editor for several major independent media outlets in the US.

She is a co-founder and the CEO of Spherical Networks, a climate collaboration platform connecting the best of climate science with CO2 drawdown technologies and techniques, and is currently in production on Inertia, a film about a team of atmospheric physicists working on mitigation techniques for rising ocean temperatures due to climate change.

Featuring some of the best-known names in climate science - Paul Krutzen, the Nobel laureate credited with popularizing the term "anthropocene" and spearheading legislation which led to banning the use of CFC’s to protect the earth's ozone layer; Phil Rasch, Chief Scientist for Climate Science at Pacific Northwest National Laboratories; Stephen Salter, inventor of the Edinburgh duck and one of Britian’s leading marine engineers; and John Latham, a member of the Royal Society who first proposed in Nature in 1990 what is known as the Latham Scheme, also called Marine Cloud Brightening, a cloud-seeding technique that may prove useful in the event of a runaway warming event of oceanic and atmospheric feedback loops that currently threaten the polar ice as well as coral reefs, home to thousands of life forms upon which many of the ocean’s living systems depend for their survival.

  • Work
    • Spherical Networks
  • Education
    • University of Colorado Boulder
    • University of California, San Diego