"I love when the science and art of what we do come crashing together."
EVP, Head of Strategy
Don’t let that smile and perfect hair fool you. As an experienced marketer who has developed brand equities across five continents, Sean specializes in guiding (and gently pushing) clients through the ambiguities of innovation by grounding the experience in solid principles that build certainty and confidence—often by defying established conventions.
Especially good at: Seeing both sides of the equation. He’s had experience with both agency and client-side marketing, across all sorts of categories, consumer segments and geographical markets. Expertise includes developing product pipelines, brand positions and architecture, marketing strategies, brand expansion plans and meaningful product differentiation.
Favorite part of the work: Hearing from a client that one of our collaborations has lived on well past the deliverable due date. He also really enjoys seeing the products that we had a hand in developing being enjoyed by consumers. After all, that's the fun part—knowing that our work made a difference for the client team and their end-user.
Alter ego: Mr. Miyagi (The Karate Kid). “I loved Bruce Lee when I was a kid (still do), but I'm just not that cool (sadly). Mr. Miyagi is calm, he listens before he acts, and he believes if something is worth doing, it's worth doing well. He likes to teach and advise. He also appreciates life and enjoys the simple things that bring joy.”
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