Sean has worked for the Urban Design Project since fall 2002. He is currently in the third year of the dual degree program working towards both a Master's in Architecture and Urban Planning. His interests hover around using the computer as both a modeling and analysis tool. By doing so, create the argument for green, pedestrian centered design methods and how these approaches can reinvigorate cities and American urbanism.
Sean works using a diverse array of computer software ranging from AutoCAD to ArcGIS, to create maps, 3D models, graphics and renderings for many projects. Some of which are The Queen City Hub, The Waterfront Corridor Initiative, The WNY Southtowns Scenic Byway, The Larkin District, and The Buffalo Comprehensive Plan.
Recently Sean has been discovering the world of web site design and creation. Two examples of his work include the websites
> The WNY Southtowns Scenic Byway and
> The City of Buffalo's Lead Demonstration Project