Margo S. Lee




As I begin to write to introduce myself, please imagine me offering you a nice handshake.

Welcome to the site where I share my works – or as others dramatically may claim in movies :
“Welcome to my world.”

Judging by the fact that the website is “,” you have guessed correctly that my name is Margo. Some may also call me Go, for short. However, my birth name is Soorim – which makes my full name Go Soorim Lee. I would like to think that it really expresses my optimistic views on life.

I am a filmmaker, photographer, writer, producer… Basically, I am a storyteller. I am currently attending Orange County School of the Arts, majoring in Film and Television. I may be young, but that never stopped me from reaching out and doing what I’ve been told since I was a kid : “Follow your dreams.” Southern California is my home as of now, but the dream is to travel further out.

Rather than narrating my entire life, I will end with this note. As I close this introduction, please now imagine me reaching out my hand to you : follow my journey and allow me to tell you a story.


1ST PLACE, Seoul International Youth Film Festival (2016)

TOP-12 in Division, Austin Film Festival (2016)

“Future Filmmaker” Official Selection, Los Angeles Film Festival (2016)

National Project Ed Film Contest (2015)
– Grand Prize for PSA, Honorable Mention for other PSA

OCSA Film & Television (2014-2016)
– Iron Filmmaker MVP Award (2016, 2015)
– Best Student in: 3rd Year, 2nd Year, 1st Year, Industrial Video, Film History, TV Production I, Production I
– Best Director , nominee

Official Selection, Newport Beach Film Festival (2015, 2014)

1ST PLACE (Commercial), SoCal Student Film Festival (2014)

Tustin Film Festival (2016, 2015)
– 3rd Place Documentary, 3rd Place Narrative Film

1ST PLACE, Cerritos Library Photography Contest (2013)

Travelers of Alaska


I chose filmmaking because it is extremely collaborative and it allows me to explore countless topics.
It fulfills my curious mind and takes me on unique journeys.
“I think there are advantages to different scales of filmmaking. You wouldn’t want to do just one thing.”
– Christopher Nolan

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As the photographer, you capture the moment; A good photographer will be able convey the emotion of the scene in just one shot.
“I try to use whatever I know about photography to be of service to the people I’m photographing.”
– James Nachtwey


Do you have an idea to share with me–photoshoots, video works, etc.? Feel free to contact me for any photo or videography service! I’m open to just a casual discussion about the universe as well. Cheers, Soorim (Margo)