Seamus attended Ex’pression College for Digital Arts where he earned a BAS in Sound Arts. This knowledge landed him a job on The John Lennon Educational Tour Bus, where he developed into Senior Producer while traveling the country working with students, artists, teachers, executives, and politicians producing multimedia projects reflective of their own ideas and imaginations. While on the road Seamus learned to fuse student immersion with hidden curriculum to produce digitally documented interactive learning experiences, including - Detroit: A Motor City Experience, Honor Our Veterans, John Lennon: The NYC Years, and more. Seamus has also produced documentary work for many artists and organizations including Carney, Anberlin, The Black Eyed Peas, Yoko Ono, TED and PUBLIC. Seamus now lives in San Francisco where he works for Digital Media Academy implementing the student immersion and hidden curriculum techniques he developed on the road. Seamus sees documentary as the crossroad of truth and imagination and believes this, in tandem with technology, is the art form that will allow him to positively affect the most amount of people.
The capacity to create and understand the meaning of ideas is considered to be an essential and defining feature of human beings. Meet Beau Buck. He's one of us.
Re-imagining our use of public space one parking spot at a time.
"Party on the Edge", Cantor Arts Center, Stanford University, 2012
A day in the mind of a diabetic.