Heidi Lee is an art educator, advocate for the unhoused, and practicing artist. She is the Artist in Residence for the Common Art program, where she artistically guides and instructs participants affected by homelessness. She also coordinates many exhibits for the program throughout the Boston/Cambridge area. She founded the visual arts program at Boston Trinity Academy, a middle to high school for urban teens. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts with a concentration in Painting from Gordon College and a Master of Education with a concentration in Visual Arts from Lesley University. Her art studio resides at Turtle Studios of Watertown, where she creates a variety of 2D & 3D pieces. She has an installation sculpture in Charlton, MA, which she designed and built with a fellow Common Art artist for the Midstate Trail Art Project in September of 2013. Her first one woman show was at the Harvard Education Portal for several months during the fall of 2013.