Sean was born in Wheaton, IL, the oldest of four. From a young age he was involved in choir and the theatre arts through both church and school. This helped him develop his passion for theatre. He moved on to attend Millikin University in Decatur, IL and graduated cum Laude with a Bachelors of Fine Arts Degree in Musical Theatre. While at Millikin, Sean discovered many other applications for his skills beyond theatre perfomance. He has dabbled in the areas of customer service, account management, marketing, purchasing, event planning and writing/directing..

He is a firm believer that there are two sides to every story...there is more to people then just what is seen.

Those who know him would point out his obsession with Tolkien's work, The Lord of the Rings. He is intrigued by symbology and its applications to everyday life: a pervasive element of Tolkien's writing. This intrigue has led Sean to academically observe the connections that exists between the most unlikely of things. Connections such as the Apollonian and Dionysian elements of literature found in the book of "Daniel" from the Bible, the Lord of the Rings, and other works as they illustrate the relationship between the mind and body..

Music is what most intrigues Sean about our human existence. Music has a definite identity - notes, sound, song, etc. However, Sean wanted to look beyond that and discover what it is about music that can illuminate hidden elements of our human ethos. In short, music is more than sound it is the dual relationship between mind and body, the cognitive communication of visceral feeling. Music is ultimately the vibration that encapsulates the harmony and dissonance of human relationships - introspectively and interpersonally.

His particular experience working with autistic children stimulates a desire to use his theatrical training and gained understanding of interpersonal relationships to offer a theatre camp in the summer of 2012. Sean thinks that autistic children can gain so much from being immersed in theatre as it provides a connection between the physical world and our intangible cultural world - a large hurdle for autistic individuals.

He likes to think about the world as a place to be explored. He will never be able to ignore an opportunity to meet someone new and to learn something greater than himself -- learning is an ongoing process. You will find quotes at the bottom of each page that reflect the vibrations of others that have had an impact on Seans internal