About Sean Sime is a professional photographer with twenty-plus years’ experience. Sean brings passion and expertise to all his work, whether shooting on assignment for publications, large corporations, documenting a once in a lifetime event, or pursuing his life-long love of nature photography. Based in New York, his clients include Vogue, Architectural Digest, Women’s Health, Hearst, Time Inc., Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Inc, Gucci, Swarovski, the International Women’s Health Coalition, and Seton Hall Law School. He has also photographed extensively for acclaimed Japanese Op artist Tadasky Sean’s photographs have appeared in a variety of publications including The New York Times, Life Magazine, Garden & Gun, and Harper’s Magazine. Over the years he has had the privilege of photographing birthing conditions for UNICEF in the Republic of Niger and working with researchers tracking endangered species in South America for the American Museum of Natural History. A highly respected nature photographer, Sean has lectured at the American Museum of Natural History, is a member of the Linnaean Society of New York (link: http://linnaeannewyork.org/), and is a trip leader for See Life Paulagics (link: http://paulagics.com/). His wildlife photography has appeared in Birder’s World, National Wildlife Magazine, and North American Birds. A State University of New York at Albany graduate with degrees in art and photojournalism, Sean received his master’s degree in photojournalism and documentary photography from the International Center for Photography. Sean is pictured here with Supreme Court Justice Sonya Sotomayor while on assignment for Seton Hall Law.