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The art, design, and times of Sean M. Foster.
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Although the video above may not be something you need—and I can take none of the creative credit except ‘model’—it does show the lengths Sean might be willing to go for a project or for you.

 

In this case, it was for nipnip, a visual + literary collaborative started by the extremely talented Elese M. DanielSidney Cherie Hilley, and Alison Leckrone. This video started with the idea of ‘wearing a poster’ by Elese and grew from there. What is your idea? And how can I insert myself in solutions to help you bring it to life?

 

 

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I grew up as a Navy kid. Although I was lucky in that mine didn’t have to move around near as much as other military families did, there was still movement. And with its possibility, the sense that things could change at any moment. This has made me both patient and an excellent listener. It has allowed me to learn new things and adapt quickly. It has brought an emphasis to both history and the temporary present in my life and work. It made me appreciate diversity in experience and narrative as a natural and essential part of life. Most importantly, it created in me, an overwhelming sense that I will never learn enough.

 

I hope to bring these qualities to you as potential problem-solving mechanisms for collaborating on some communication quandary or some personal obsession or some business aspiration or some fun project. I look forward to the day that our stories arc in the same direction.

 

Please go to the contact page and shoot me an email or give me a call. I would love to hear your story and if I might be able to help you with anything at all. Give me a shout today!