Sean is driven by the process of sitting down at the wheel to form a piece of clay into an object that consumes and contains space. Sean predominantly explores the making of vessels; vessels that ambiguously contain objects and materials for display, storage and consumption. Many of the bowls Sean makes are based on traditional forms with an emphasis on the images contained within and the without the bowl. The decoration in and under the bowl are often equally important.
Sean graduated with a Diploma in Craft and Design (Ceramics) from Sheridan College in 2010 and is a proud alumnus of BealArt in London, Ontario. He currently teaches pottery classes at Clay Design in downtown Toronto and is looking forward to establishing a studio and teaching practice in his new home of Hamilton, Ontario.