As a teen, Sean always had a disposable camera with him, and a love of art, but a lack of structure and discipline. After high school, he started to pursue an education in Architectural Engineering in Rhode Island, but found himself missing too many classes. Sean joined the Army in 2000 and focused as much energy as he could on learning, mostly about himself. His first year in the Army was spent at Fort Knox, KY for basic training, then Fort Gordon in Augusta, GA. Then he lived at Camp Carroll in Waeguan, South Korea for a year, and then ~7 years living in the Washington DC metro area. Sean was a Satellite Communications Operator/Maintainer (25S) in the Army, worked both tactical and strategic communications terminals, and pursued a degree in Electrical Engineering. The Army experience was the extreme he needed to achieve balance in that aspect of his life. He spent some time after the Army, working for General Dynamics as a Space Vehicle Operator, Mission Planner, and eventually Shift Supervisor.
After 10 years away from New York, Sean submitted a letter of resignation, from the entire Intelligence Community. Sean moved back to NY in 2010, and spent a couple of years living in Brooklyn while attending art school in Tribeca. Sean is now back on Long Island, and likes to go on roadtrips, long bicycle rides, and hikes with his camera, to get and share views that many never get to witness for themselves. Sean tries to get to the beach, and see the sunset as often as possible, is grateful for everything he has in his life, and continues to work on finding the right balance in his life, both personally and professionally. "Life is a Journey, not a Destination."