Born and raised in Connecticut, Sean was always creating, be it his super-8 home movies, writing science fiction stories, or drawing his own super hero comics.
At fifteen or so, the subject matter began to change to what became the dominant focus in his brain, capturing the female form.
At the same age, Sean started training in martial arts. An undertaking he would continue to this day as a holder of four blackbelts and student of numerous martial arts disciplines.
Physical fitness and weight training also become prominent in his life and he found he had an eye and appreciation for physically fit/muscled female bodies as well, showing in his art. along with more classic pin-up work.
After receiving his BFA in illustration, Sean moved to the West Coast, hoping to find a way to make working in motion pictures his career. He started crafting feature-length screenplays in college, influenced by the great action movies of the mid-eighties, Robocop, Terminator, Predator, Aliens and the like.
Maybe going to school for film-making would have been a good idea, but his artistic talents did help him indirectly fall into a fourteen-year career in feature animation, culminating with nine-years as a Disney artist, lending his skills to “The Lion King”, “Hercules”, “Tarzan”, and many other animated features. Sean has also worked for Dreamworks SKG, Warner Brothers, and others.
Now back on the East Coast to raise their sons, Sean continues walking his martial arts path, now an apprentice instructor in Jun Fan Jeet Kune Do (JKD) and continues to grow as an artist, furthering his education with classes in Maya, (cgi) and Adobe Photoshop retouching.
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