Sean Ward is a photographer, writer, artist, and award winning web designer who was on That’s Incredible during the great Rubik’s cube-a-thon. He has several college degrees, and one of his web sites has been featured on the BBC’s top technology show.
He has worked on many web projects for a variety of organizations from mom and pop businesses to Fortune 100 companies, and was asked by Joseph Lowery to assist in the writing of the Dreamweaver Ultradev Bible. Current interests in the web field focus on Usability and Content Management, and 3D virtualization.
Besides web design and development, his professional experience includes network and systems administration, team and project management, teaching writing skills at the university level, editing papers for scholarly journals, including papers for the Economic Minister of Peru, and research for the Department of Justice. He takes pride in the fact that he first ate Oysters Rockefeller with a man who first ate Oysters Rockefeller with Nelson Rockefeller.
Sean has walked the Ginza in Tokyo, sunk the eight ball off the break three consecutive times in a pool hall in British Columbia, climbed a pyramid in the Yucatan, camped by a buffalo wallow in the Dakota Badlands, watched the ice calve in Glacier Bay, hunted for buried treasure, cooked a hot dog with nothing but a few pie plates and the sun, has seen Manchuria, and cruised through the Bering Strait and all the way to the Laptev Sea where he saw humongous icebergs and ate a shrimp the size of a full-grown squirrel.
Longest Job Titles (ordered by length)
- Director of Information Technology, Texas Association of Mexican American Chambers of Commerce (TAMACC)
- Ecommerce Design Project Manager, United Services Automobile Association (USAA)
- Manager of Design Technology, Rare Medium Java Competency Center