Creative Professional
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About

b. 1986, HK.

I strip away the baggage to leave only what matters: advertising and design that gets noticed and chosen.
If a brand has equity, I unlock it. If it hasn’t, I create it.

As a creative professional and designer by trade, Sean has over 17 years of diverse marketing experience. His voice and vision have driven results for a wide range of brands, from hospitality to healthcare, from household names to specialized markets from local efforts to full blown national campaigns.

Sean's leadership and creative ability have resulted in both new business wins and award recognition in a wide range of markets. In the past, Sean ran his own design firm where he helped redefine category expectations with award-winning, integrated campaigns for brands like Hilton Worldwide Resorts, General Electric, Three Olives Vodka, NASCAR, Adventist Health Systems and Florida Sport Fishing Magazine.

Sean believes in the value of an integrated approach that touches all stake holders involved with a brand. Not just the breakthrough but bankable, his work has generated great business results for the brands under his leadership.

Background :
Education: Flager College / St. Augustine, FL
Graduated: 2002 / Cum Laude
BFA: Graphic Design / Minor: Advertising Writing
William Friday Scholarship (full ride for portfolio)
Hometown: Philadelphia, PA

EXTRAS:
Sean is also an avid surfer and fisherman. When he was younger, he played Junior A Tier 1 Elite ice hockey with the Philadelphia Jr. Flyers (USHL) and was the captain of his high school hockey club in West Chester, Pennsylvania from freshmen through his senior year. He is a natural leader, and has an uncanny ability to see the big picture. He is a confident, passionate and collaborative creative professional as well as a great motivator and mentor.

When he's not working, you will find him spending time with family, coaching 8U Tampa Scorpions Ice Hockey Club, playing men’s elite league ice hockey, going on the occasional surf trip, catching big fish with light tackle and reading up on the latest trends in the marketing industry.