Lee Bruno is an author, journalist and strategy analyst. He has worked as a staff writer, editor and freelancer for several different publications, including The Guardian (UK), MIT Technology Review, Red Herring magazine, Scientific American and The Economist.
Lee has written in-depth features and profiles on business, technology and science topics. Lee started his career as a staff writer and editor covering a variety of technology issues for trade and business publications at CMP Publications (Miller Freeman), McGraw Hill and Red Herring Communications.
Lee managed a team of writers investigating Enron’s business practices, which won an award for outstanding journalism from the American Society of Business Publication Editors. He has also been a Maggie finalist in the Western Publishing Association annual magazine awards.
Lee has lived in San Francisco for more than 30 years, raising a family of four sons with his wife and enjoying long open water swims on San Francisco bay. Panorama: Tales from San Francisco's 1915 Worlds Fair is Lee's first book.
IN THE MEDIA
SAN FRANCISCO'S PANAMA PACIFIC INTERNATIONAL EXPOSITION, 100 YEARS LATER
Wed, Feb 18, 2015 — 10:00 AM
BAY SUNDAY, KPIX INTERVIEW FRANK AMLLICOAT
RADIO NEW ZEALAND: SAN FRAN EXPO, BRYAN CRUMP