Kyle Lee-Anderson (twin brother of Trent Lee-Anderson) was born in Gallup, New Mexico on January 12, 1993. At a young age, Kyle along with his brothers Trent and Wyatt began creating jewelry with their father Allison (Snowhawk) Lee, a talented and acclaimed silversmith. Allison passed away in 2022 and his legacy lives on with his sons' beautiful jewelry.
On Kyle's mother's side, his great grandfather and great grandmother worked on jewelry, passing along techniques through the generations - making Kyle and his brothers 4th generation silversmiths. Kyle has become skilled at making Navajo pearls and fluted design beadwork from single strand necklaces to traditional squash blossoms. He has been perfecting other types of jewelry like pendants, earring, and bolo ties. Kyle likes to use natural turquoise like Number Eight, Morenci, Blue Gem, Kingman, and Carico Lake.
At a young age, he began winning awards from the SWAIA Santa Fe Indian Market in Santa Fe, New Mexico. These include Honorable Mention - Youth Division in 2007, and coming in second place in the necklace category at the 2013 Santa Fe Indian Market. Kyle continues to receive top awards for his fine craftsmanship.
Kyle's inspirations come from his role models that include: Raymond Yazzie, Vernon Haskie, Ira Custer, Gary Custer, Aaron Anderson, Jennifer Curtis, Kenneth Johnson, and Cody Sanderson. Kyle's hobbies include skateboarding, hiking, fishing, and playing the piano.