Sean Gallagher is a videographer and editor with a passion for visual storytelling.
His experience includes commercial work, short films, live events and
journalism. He recently produced a series of videos and a live video chat
for FashionCampNYC, as well as
"Not Your Momma's Media," for theONswitch. Sean
is on Technology Staff at the Jacob Burns Film Center in Pleasantville, NY. In the
Spring of 2011, he was chosen by 914Inc. Magazine as one of "Westchester's Wunderkinds,"
professionals under the age of 30 noted for their ideas, ambitions and community
A graduate of SUNY Oneonta, Sean holds a BS in Mass Communication with minors
in Communication Studies and Business Communication. With a focus on civil rights,
Sean is an aspiring documentary filmmaker who received the Merit for 'Artistic Contribution
to Social Justice' by the SUNY Oneonta Department of Africana & Latino Studies.
He is currently working on his first full-length documentary, The Black List, which
reveals the story behind the longest litigated civil rights case in American history.
When not viewing the world behind the camera lens, Sean writes a haiku every
day and is actively involved in spoken word performance. He is a member of the Intangible
Collective, an arts family that aims to connect with and empower artists, audiences
and communities through multiple mediums of creative expression via live performance,
publications, new media, and educational workshops.