Sean’s first camera was a No. 2 Brownie given to him at age five by his grandmother. This was a mistake as the film and processing costs resulting from his new obsession nearly drove her into bankruptcy over the next two years. Thirty-six years later, Sean still owns his first camera along with a large collection of antique film cameras and 35mm SLRs.
He pursued other interests during his teenage and early adult years becoming a chef, computer technician, technical author, and technical trainer along the way, but the interest in image-making remained. The advent of digital photography turned the interest back into an obsession, and Sean thinks of little else besides looking through a viewfinder these days (as his wife will tell you).
Sean specializes in fine art and landscape photography, and can be found wandering around the vicinity of Kirriemuir, Alberta, Canada. He is a graduate of the New York Institute of Photography and a member of the Canadian Association for Photographic Art. >>> read more about Neutral Hills Stills