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Today we’d like to introduce you to Sean Diamond.

Sean, we’d love to hear your story and how you got to where you are today both personally and as an artist.
When I was growing up in Toronto, Canada I never thought I’d see myself being a Photographer/Director and this good at it. Before photography I was more into music than I was into shooting people, but the more I got into shooting the more I started to fall in love with it. The creative freedom of doing photography and directing music videos made me feel alive. It gave me a platform where I can not only make money but also showcase the unique people I want to display through my brand.

We’d love to hear more about your art. What do you do you do and why and what do you hope others will take away from your work?
When I am creating a portfolio with anyone, I never want it to be about me, I want it to be about us. I sit down and meet with person I am planning to shoot with and I feel them out, feel out their energy that they give off, and also find out what their personalities like. I feel finding out who they are and what their interested in, is very important because you know how to deal with them better when you plan on shooting them on set. I never ever want to shoot any model that is not comfortable in shooting a concept that’s not who they are. I love to provide peace of mind and creative freedom with their concepts that they come up with, then leave it to me help guide their vision to the next level.

The inspiration I get from shooting are from old school movies, R&B Music, and unique female models. For Movies: Belly, Pulp Fiction, The Matrix. They have influenced my toning and color styles. R&B Music Artists: PARTNEXTDOOR, Drake, The Weeknd, Ty Dolla $ign, H.E.R, Black Atlass, Elhae, and many more. And Unique female models that have a rarity to them that no one’s has ever seen before.

I want to be able to leave a timeless legendary anthology of my entire signature collection for people to be inspired by the evolution of my work. I want other creatives to try new things to get out of their comfort zone that challenges their creativity to go to the next level.

As for my artwork, (I really hope I convey this lol)
I like to create photography of people in desolate locations, and giving the location a different tone the feels like you’re in a different realm. (I hope to god that answers your question lol)

What do you think it takes to be successful as an artist?
Success to me is always allowing put your people on doing the same thing you love. Personally, for me as an I artists I know what it’s like to be over looked, I know what it’s like to feel self-doubt, I know what it’s like to feel like doesn’t want you to win over enjoy or jealousy. For me I want for everyone to win. I want to be able to put someone on a great project that can change their lives forever and have also have that same person do the same thing to another artist, and continue the cycle. That’s what success means to me.

Do you have any events or exhibitions coming up? Where would one go to see more of your work? How can people support you and your artwork?
You can definitely find my work on this links:

Instagram: (seandiamondto)
Twitter: seandiamondto
Facebook: Sean Diamond

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