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Sean is a professional nature, travel and fine art photographer whose images have been published in a wide variety of magazines, books, calendars and television shows, including the New York Times, Audubon, Outdoor Photographer, and PDN. His prints are found in personal and corporate art collections across the country, including several hospitals and banks that feature only his images. Chosen as a "Rising Star" by renowned photographer Art Wolfe, he has also been profiled in Professional Photographer and PhotoMedia magazines and has won numerous national and international competitions, including the World in Focus competition and the Coast Bend Wildlife Photo Competition.
Sean loves images that are simple, graphic, evocative and surreal, and that in some way evoke a reaction, provoke an emotion, or tell a story.
Sean has been teaching workshops since 2002 on photography, artistry, digital workflow, and digital processing, including Lightroom and Photoshop. He works closely with each participant to meet their individual needs, whether artistic, technical or digital. Sean loves teaching beginning photographers the basics, encouraging advanced photographers to challenge themselves with new techniques, and helping everyone find and express their own personal artistic vision.
Sean was outstanding. He is an excellent photographer, knows a huge amount about lightroom and photoshop and is an excellent teacher. Best of all was his high energy, commitment, and enthusiasm to make us all better photographers. Delightful person to work with.D. Rich
Sean is a wonderful person a natural leader, intelligent and articulate. He is a superb photographer and a giving educator and I was amazed at how much time he spent helping people, sometimes into the early hours of the morning. He never turned down any requests to teach us techniques and spent several hours going through teaching presentations. Similarly in the field, I saw him helping participants.D. Driman
Sean is very educated in tech knowledge and extremely helpful to all participants. He is an excellent teacher and shows a giving and generous attitude with all levels of student knowledge. And he has a great sense of humor and can get along with any personality.G. Mitchell