Born and raised in the Philippines, Sean moved to Massachusetts in 2004. Dance has always been a part of Sean’s life, but he began pursuing dance more intensely in 2008 when he discovered the Jabbawockeez. Shortly after, he joined his college dance crew and performed regularly. After Sean moved west to Seattle in 2012, he trained under different choreographers, and was part of The Westsiders directed by Hannah Wintrode. Sean focuses on RnB, pop and swag/hood dance styles. He’s taught at Westlake Dance Center and University of Washington to name a few, and choreographed and performed at various shows. He also co-founded Studio 3 Company, one of the prominent hip hop dance crews in Seattle.
To Sean, dance is a way to de-stress, inspire and be inspired, and express emotions and creativity. He also enjoys being a dance instructor, as it not only allows him to share his passion with others, but also pushes him to understand dance movements and the body mechanics more deeply, which in turn helps him grow as an artist.
When Sean’s not dancing, he’s spending time with friends, family, and his cat, Tommy. He also enjoys watching horror movies and playing board games.