Sean joined Hawkins\Brown as a Part 2 Architectural Assistant after graduating from the University of Greenwich School of Architecture with a distinction (MArch).
He became a Laureate of The Jacques Rougerie Innovation in Architecture for Space ‘Grand Prix Award’, was awarded special recognition at the annual _Laka. Architecture that Reacts international design competition and received a commendation in an international lunar architecture design competition judged by NASA. He has been published widely on international design blogs such as Dezeen, ArchDaily and Designboom and was noted in the Architects' Journal after being awarded the school technical award. Sean had part of his thesis design project ‘Platinum City’ exhibited at the Dallas Museum of Art after receiving a commendation at the Krob international architectural drawing competition in 2016 and 2017.
In addition to his work at Hawkins\Brown, Sean also tutors design computation at The Bartlett School of Architecture – UCL and has acted as a visiting critic for the University of Nottingham’s architecture department in Ningbo and Beijing.
During his year out, Sean completed a yearlong internship in China where he worked as part of a design competition team in various parts of the country from sleepy fishing harbours to immense mining facilities.
Sean has a keen interest in near future technologies and their integration within the built environment, which he enjoys to explore through his interest in coding and visual scripting.
Outside of work, he enjoys competing in design competitions and has a love of travelling after exploring Europe and Asia extensively, usually in search of Techno music and eating anything that moves.