Sean did his undergraduate degree at the University of Salford. Sean graduated with First Class Honours and was awarded the University Prize for Architecture. He subsequently spent one month in Venice as a member of the British Councils Venice Biennale fellowship team, with his time being split between invigilating the British pavilion and undertaking an independent research program, investigating the city’s relationship with tourism. Upon his return Sean spent the remainder of his year out at SimpsonHaugh in Manchester, working on a variety of projects at different scales. As part of his LSA practice placement, Sean is working at ScottBrownrigg.