Lee at 2UE with Ian Dickson for an interview last week!
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Watch Lee’s Interview on the life of a forensic cleaner with Dennis Walter of 3AW Radio Melbourne, aired on 20/6/2012.
“I’m Leah, and I’m one of the newest members of the All Gone Extreme Clean. I’ve spent most of my life in WA, where I studied for four years for a Bachelor of Forensic Science and Toxicology, and a Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Science as Molecular Biology. My partner and I moved over from WA and we now live together in Sydney, where I study a Masters of Forensic Science at the University of Technology, Sydney, whilst also working with Lee and the rest of the team. I have a great interest in forensic science and how it can be used in criminal and law environments, and through my studies I have developed a keen eye for detail, which I hope to hone whilst working for All Gone Extreme Clean. Being a part of the team means that I can enhance the quality of living for some people, whilst bringing comfort and closure to others, and I believe that is something worth doing, and I look forward to it.”
On Today Tonight
Full length feature documentary on the life and work of Lee Iordanidis: forensic cleaner.
This film was featured in the Hannover Film Festival, Germany, in 2010.
Lee on Today Tonight with Dianne Ward Helping Kim in Adelaide.
Hear Lee being an advocate for R U OK? Day, talking about suicide prevention and how she deals with being a forensic cleaner that often needs to clean up suicide scenes.