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					                                           SEAN LEWIS
                                         theSeanLewis.com
   3770 Newport Bay Dr                                                              Cell: 678-612-4034
    Alpharetta, GA 30005                                                    Email: theSeanLewis@mac.com

                                  PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
SALES REPRESENTATIVE AND TRAINER, Current
APPLE RETAIL STORE (ATLANTA, GA) – Apple Northpoint
Present and sell the most innovative and technologically advanced communication, productivity, and
entertainment devices to Apple customers and train consumers on how to use those products.
 Provide a personalized shopping experience for each and every customer while presenting complete
    solutions based on their specific needs.
 Teach hour long face to face personal training classes, which provide information, support, and
    guidance to Apple “One to One” members in Mac OS X, iTunes, iPhone, Safari, and Mobile Me.

DIGITAL VIDEO COMPUTER LAB MANAGER – Macintosh Computers, 2008
CAMP WOODWARD (WOODWARD, PA) – Fuel TV Video Lab
Managed a digital video computer lab and introduced Summer Action Sports Students to photography and
video production.
 Managed video lab instructors and created, published and enforced rules and procedures to
    accommodate the production and post-production needs of students.
 Taught students how to shoot with digital still cameras, work in Adobe Photoshop, film with digital
    video cameras, import video clips in iMovie, tell a story with their editing, create titles, edit to music,
    and produce personalized DVD menus.
 Held fun and encouraging weekly Photo Contest and Film Festival that awarded the winners
    skateboard products and apparel. Every contestant that entered the contests won a prize.
 Negotiated with Fuel TV, Globe, Skatepark of Tampa, Active, and Sole Technology to get free product
    donations for student incentive awards and for prizes at the weekly contests.
 Produced over 65 Video DVDs and Photo CDs weekly so the students could take home their camp
    memories.
 Managed, organized, and backed up all media so the computers would run efficiently and to replace
    and mail students any lost DVDs or CDs.

CREATIVE DIRECTOR/ VIDEOGRAPHER, 2008
CAMP WOODWARD (WOODWARD, PA) – “Colony of Summer”
Created thematic film treatment for Camp Woodward Video and shot video content that reflected the
themes in the treatment.
 Wrote film treatment with unique themes to the “Woodward Experience” such as highlighting and
    contrasting the energy, feeling, and sounds of the beautiful natural landscapes versus the one of a kind
    manmade skateparks.
 Digital Video Cameraman that filmed: energetic lifestyle of campers, peaceful landscape images,
    storytelling establishing shots, personality and branding cutaways, and dynamic action shots of BMX
    and skateboarding.

CREATOR/ WRITER/ PRODUCER/PERFORMER, 2008
“THE ADVENTURES OF KID WIZ AND LIL FATBACK” television cartoon series
Created television treatment and website to pitch the children’s hip hop comedy cartoon “The Adventures
of Kid Wiz and Lil Fatback” to television networks and animation production companies.
 Wrote treatment that included: thorough character breakdowns, comical episode storylines, and
    personal growth themes such as creativity, self-expression, and hip hop powers.
 Wrote, produced, and mixed “The Adventures of Kid Wiz and Lil Fatback” cartoon theme song.
 Rapped and performed as Kid Wiz and Lil Fatback on the hilarious theme song.
 Edited “The Adventures of Kid Wiz and Lil Fatback” moving storyboard music video.
 Designed and built the clean and concise website: KidWiz.tv.
CREATIVE DIRECTOR, 2007
STANDARD SNOWBOARD FILMS (LAKE TAHOE, CA) – “Catch the Vapors”
Created story and graphic concepts for Standard Films’ snowboard film “Catch the Vapors”.
 Created title for the film and wrote film treatment that incorporated major and minor themes to
    captivate the audience with the Professional snowboarders’ style, creativity, and attitude with graphics,
    icons, and action snowboard shots that represent the different areas of the Pros’ personalities that fans
    like to emulate or glamorize. Hence, “Catching the Vapors” of your favorite pro snowboarders.
 Wrote graphic treatment that explained how graphics, animations, titles, and colors would be used
    within the film to support the major and minor themes of “Opening Sequence and Sponsorship
    Prologue”, “Star Snowboarders”, ” Introductions”, “Co-Star Intros”, “Natural vs. Machine Vapors
    Substances”, and “Catching the Pros’ Vapors”.
 Created “Eye of the Storm” storyboard opening sequence that introduced the film’s sponsors,
    snowboarders, and the look and feel of the film.

PRODUCER/ WRITER/ VIDEOGRAPHER, 2004 -2006
FOX CABLE NETWORK/ FUEL TV (LA, CA) - Fuel TV’s “The Weekly Update”
Produced and wrote weekly news segments that covered action sports events, lifestyle, and culture. The
segments aired in the United States, Canada, and Australia.
 Produced Segments: Traveled nationally to produce and film action sports events.
 Digital Video Cameraman: Shot interviews, skateboarding, BMX, and events on DV camera.
 Wrote Segments: Wrote two to four minute scripts that explained the significance of events such as X-
    Games, Dew Tour, Vans Protect Pool Party, and Tampa Pro.
 Interviewed professional action sports athletes, such as Shaun White, Bam Margera, and Tony Hawk,
    to generate sound bites that told the importance of the events being covered.
 Managed Content: Created and worked with worldwide producers to deliver weekly content.
 Negotiated Material Releases: Work with multiple production companies and several individuals on
    acquiring the rights and licensing their footage for a select time period.

PRODUCER/ WRITER/ DIRECTOR, 2005-2006
BUNIM-MURRAY PRODUCTIONS (LA, CA) – “TJ Lavin BMX Learning Series” Pilot
Produced, wrote, and directed a trick tip pilot, starring pro BMX rider TJ Lavin, that introduced the
audience to BMX culture and gave them tips on how to perform BMX tricks.
 Wrote treatment, hired crew, created shooting schedule, and worked with editor in postproduction.
 Wrote 15 two to four minute episodes that broke down BMX tricks into several steps
 Directed TJ Lavin’s dialogue for each episode. Directed crew and cameramen during 15 episode shoot

                                              EDUCATION
APPALACHIAN STATE UNIVERSITY, Boone, NC, 1999
   BS in Recreation Management, Minor in Communications

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