Sean Patrick Watters lives and works in NYC. He studied at Indiana University and the International Center for Photography founded in 1974 by Robert Capa in Manhattan.

As soon as he left the International Center he expressed his interest in fashion photography. His black and white prints, his propensity to play with shadows, his sense for staging and his ability to perceive and render the soul of his models ensured him a enviable fame within the fashion world & Life style magazines : ELLE UK - South Africa, UOMO Collezioni, Times Magazine, Cool America Mag, The New York Daily News, Pup Magazine, Vanity,  Razor Head etc

In addition to his studio work, he became interested in fine art photography and got involved with the LGBTQI+ community which gave him to start a series of black and white portraits which over the years led him to many renowned series: Harlem Black, Minneapolis, Montayne’s Rivulet etc.

Among his exhibitions we can mention: The Fire & Soul 100 years of Harlem, the Kente Royal Gallery NYC / a show curated by Art Crawl gallery Harlem renaissance: I am a photographer Revelation Gallery NYC; Over the Rainbow, Praz-Delavallade Los Angeles; I have a Tale to Tell, EDF Foundation Paris; ART is HOPE  to benefit LINK Pompidou Center Paris; Montayne’s Rivulet, Central Park NYC; Remove Clothes  to benefit AIDES PIASA Paris; and, most recently, Under the same Sky Praz-Delavallade Paris (2022).

His portrait work has been featured in magazine publications in the US and throughout Europe and exhibited in various group shows.

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