Sean's practice aims to question the norms, conventions, values and morals of life in the world we live in. He generates work that mirrors behaviors seen in popular culture and comments on the stripped away reality of our lives.
Sean's art process uses mixed media collage, installation, constructed paintings and sculpture. He juxtaposes familiar found objects and materials together with human forms, to comment on identity, subcultures, gender roles and sexuality through humour.
Sean is influenced by reality TV shows, erotic magazines and the instant culture we live in.