A graduate of Webster University in St. Louis, Mo., Sean joined KMUW in January of 2014.
He often covers the intersection of government and citizenry. His story about chemical contamination in a west Wichita neighborhood won a national Society of Professional Journalists award for investigative journalism. His coverage of Wichita's "No Ferguson Here" movement won a regional Edward R. Murrow Award for hard news.
Sean also has experience in television, completing an internship atKTTC-TVin Rochester,Minn., where he covered massive flood damage as a multimedia journalist.
Outside of work, Sean has an addiction to baseball and has a cat named after his literary hero, Huckleberry Finn.
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