Sean Perry is a fine-art photographer living and working in Texas, New York, and Japan. His photographs and books center on architecture, space, and light – illustrating the ambiance felt within built environments.
Perry's photographs and books have been acquired by notable private collectors, including Manfred Heiting and Alan Siegel, in addition to being held in the permanent collections of the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, the Amon Carter Museum, the Haas Arts Special Collections at Yale University, the Wittliff Collections, and the Harry Ransom Center. He has been published widely, including commissions for the New York Times Sunday Magazine, Billboard and New York Magazine, as well as featured by Graphis, American Photography, the online magazine L’Oeil de la Photographie, and Photo Journal by Elizabeth Avedon.
Cloverleaf Press published Perry's first limited edition book, Transitory in 2006, and followed with a second title, Fairgrounds in the Fall of 2008. Both were a featured case study in Publish Your Photography Book coauthored by Mary Virginia Swanson & Darius Himes (Princeton Architectural Press, 2011). Perry was also selected as a finalist for the Hasselblad Masters award for his work and book Fairgrounds.
Perry’s work is represented by the Stephen L. Clark Gallery.