Videographer and photographer, Sean O’ Grady, is a visual documenter of the war of man vs. nature. As a documenter Sean shares that he is able to be an observer and not an active participant of this futile war that man has with nature. He explains that he doesn’t have the answers for the war, but only the evidence of its existence. Being lost prior to coming to New Orleans he is in search of finding the 6th sense of balance.
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