Meet Our Team: Sean Purcell
September 14, 2016
Whether you see us on shoots, behind-the-scenes Instagram photos or have attended one of our events, we thought we’d take the opportunity to let you learn more about our team. We’ll be sharing a mini interview with one of our team members each month.
Our first victim is Sean Purcell, who joined GK Visual in early 2015.
What has been your favorite shoot since you’ve been with GK Visual?
Sean: It’s hard to choose just one shoot, but my favorite shoots have been anything to do with Harrisburg Beer Week or the craft beer scene. Typically on these shoots, there is never a shortage of people willing to talk on camera, which makes my job easy, and I get to try some really good beers.
I also enjoy shoots where I learn something new and take me to a location that I would never get to go to otherwise. A specific example that sticks out in my head is a series of shoots we did for Rice Energy in Pittsburgh. We got to visit a few natural gas drilling sites, where I never imagined going nor had any idea of what actually went on there.
Although I hate messing up my hair, I know when I have to put on a hard hat, I’m going to see something new and interesting.
If you’re driving the van, what’s playing on the radio?
Item in your office with the best story:
I don’t really have anything cool in my office with a good story. I have an empty pot where a plant once lived. Sadly, the plant died when our AC went out back in June and I haven’t found a new one to take its place.
You’re in charge of the office kegerator — What’s on tap?
We have two tap handles on our kegerator, and if it were up to me, Miller Lite would be served on both. Since I know my craft beer-loving colleagues do not share my enthusiasm of this amazing beverage, I would pick a nice refreshing shandy or sour beer.
I recently enjoyed the Blue Trail Lemon Blueberry Shandy from Lancaster Brewing, and I really like the Kirsch Gose from Victory Brewing.
What video do you share most when you’re explaining to friends/family what you do for a living?
The videos I have shared the most are ones I edited for Harrisburg Beer Week, mostly because I know people who were at the events we filmed.
I’ve had a bunch of friends ask if we have any videos that have gone viral, and I show them Brewers Read Mean Untappd Reviews, which got 20,000 views. I like to brag that I was the editor for that project. I also show people the awesome videos that Doug and Nick put together, and I point out our commercials I see on TV.
For more about Sean and the rest of the GK Visual Team, check out our bios.