Bee produces visual, performance and written works rooted in the documentation of embodied experiences and daily practices. Her PhD research explores the juxtaposition of external repetitive processes and activities with the constantly fluctuating internal cycles of the human body, and artistic practice as a method of documenting and disrupting routines, controlling regimes and identities. She has lectured in subjects including graphic and fine arts, art history and theory, media and cultural studies and research skills and methods at undergraduate and postgraduate level.