Matthew J. Lee

Lee is a staff photographer for the Globe. While working for the Oakland Tribune, he took part in the staff award of the 1990 Pulitzer Prize for News Photography for coverage of the World Series earthquake. He has worked for a number of other newspapers and has contributed to several books.

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Photos: Rolling Stones jam at Gillette Stadium

By , Globe Staff

The English rock group was joined by blues guitarist Gary Clark Jr. for the concert.

Globe photographer took a bath, courtesy of a Red Sox celebration

By , Globe Staff

Matthew J. Lee wasn’t just photographing a celebration Saturday night, he was (inadvertently) part of it.

What’s it like to be the photographer run over by an NFL player?

By , Globe Staff

Matthew J. Lee, a Globe photographer who was knocked over by a Texans player Saturday, shares his tale.

Plane returns to Logan gate after threat

By M.G. Lee and , Globe Correspondent

JetBlue flight 321 was forced to return to the gate before takeoff at about 9 p.m. due to a “security situation,” according to JetBlue.