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Sean is an Artist and Self-taught photographer who is ever changing and growing.
Focused on female portraiture, fitness and commercial photography in the business side of things, but also pursuing Fine Art Figure and Creative types of photography in both Digital and Analog mediums. With a love for light and a heart for the dramatic, both of these qualities show and continue to grow in his work.


Year in review May 2011

April showers brings May flowers. This was a fairly busy month filled with car shows, graduations, fashion shows and lots of work for the Centre for Creative Arts including getting my submission ready for the Board Art show and promo shots for their new website.


Beginning of May I did a test shot with Carly for the East vs West Project, the category was Body in motion and the plan was to take advantage of her Dance background to make this happen. The shoot was fairly static and consisted of poses but it turned out beautifully.


Next was the first car show of the year I happened to catch.


Mid-May EWI put on and fantastic evening and fashion show.


As the May Long weekend came around it was time for Graduation.


A few more May flowers I found on a walk out in the forest.


One evening I had my friend and colleague Candice Popik of Popik Photography message me and asked if I wanted to go out and shoot as she was itching to try out her Lensbaby lens. So I called Carly an we proceeded to chase her through the alleys of downtown for our impromtu shoot. I don’t think Carly knew what she was in for but it was fun and turned out to be a great example of a lifestyle portrait session for me.


The last weekend of the month had the Costco Car show.


Finally was my submission for the Board and Art Show, which I used a shot from a session I shot earlier in the year.

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