Joyce Sohyun Lee

Washington, D.C.

Visual Forensics video reporter

Education: Northwestern University, BS in Journalism

Joyce Sohyun Lee is a video reporter for The Washington Post's Visual Forensics team. Before joining the Post, she worked as an associate video producer for Time magazine.
Latest from Joyce Sohyun Lee

    A year after Uvalde, officers face few consequences

    The Post reviewed body-camera videos, post-shooting interviews and dispatch audio for its investigation into the actions of officers that day.

    May 25, 2023

    A year after Uvalde, officers who botched response face few consequences

    Many officers who responded to the Uvalde, Tex., shooting at Robb Elementary School remain on the job. Some who were fired still work in law enforcement.

    May 24, 2023

      Member of the Discord group describes original leaker

      A member of the Discord group where classified intelligence documents were leaked shares information on the man behind the leak and the contents of the files.

      April 13, 2023

      Atlanta police release body-camera video from raid after fatal shooting of activist

      Footage from the aftermath of a fatal police shooting of a protester in January captures audio of gunshots and confusion among responding officers.

      February 9, 2023

      Timeline: It took 22 minutes for ambulance to arrive after Tyre Nichols was beaten by police

      Footage released by the city of Memphis showed the kicks and baton strikes police delivered against 29-year-old.

      January 28, 2023

      Video shows brutal Memphis police beating of Tyre Nichols

      The video, which was shown to Tyre Nichols' family earlier this week, shows repeated kicking and punches by officers. After Nichols collapsed in custody, the video showed, it took 22 minutes for an ambulance to arrive.

      January 27, 2023

        Uvalde records reveal chaotic medical response as victims lost blood

        Previously unreleased video, audio and interviews for the first time show helicopter and ambulance delays after police finally confronted the Robb Elementary shooter.

        December 20, 2022

        America underwater

        A review of extreme flooding events this summer showed FEMA's flood maps are failing to fully inform Americans of flood risk in rural and urban areas.

        December 6, 2022

          Here’s how the Seoul Halloween crush happened

          The crush in Seoul happened in the Itaewon neighborhood. Videos reveal a timeline of how the tragedy unfolded.

          October 30, 2022

          Here’s what causes crowd crushes like the deadly one in Seoul

          What is a crowd crush? Experts say the tragedy during Halloween celebrations in Itaewon can be described as a crowd crush or crowd surge, but not a stampede.

          October 30, 2022