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A photographer by trade, Sean got his feet wet in broadcast news as an intern at St. Louis Public Radio. It is here, he said, that he caught "the NPR bug."
Upon graduating from Webster University, Sean went on to a full-time internship at KTTC-TV in Rochester, Minn. Sean ended up covering massive flood damage as a multimedia journalist. He also learned video production from a 30-year veteran photojournalist.
Sean then took a reporter position at a community newspaper in Monticello, Ind., where he learned to crank out news on a daily basis.
Although he gained valuable experience, Sean missed the creativity that comes with producing feature stories for the radio.
He joined KMUW in January of 2014, and strives to provide solid reporting of all story types to his fellow Wichitans.
Outside of work, Sean is an avid sports fan. Partial to his hometown teams in St. Louis, he is also quickly becoming a Shockers fan.
Sean has a cat named after his literary hero, Huckleberry Finn.