The image of self is defined by so many elements today. Individuals derive their specificity through fashion, opinion, and activity. It becomes harder to decipher the population as one group of people as each individual specifies their own existence through disconnecting from the whole. Sean’s work deals with identity, the human condition, racism and how it changes through time. His vision of portraiture utilizes still images, projectors and installations to structure simulated environments that expose and impose questions about problematic developments in contemporary society.