Age 12, New York
Favorite Subject: Writing
Favorite Book: A Series of Unfortunate Events, Book 6 (Ersatz Elevator) by Lemony Snicket
Favorite Music: Beatles (Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band)
Extracurricular Activities: baseball, piano, saxophone, basketball
Hobbies: sports, music
Sean first hooked up with the press corps at the Winter Olympic Games media summit in Colorado Springs, Colorado, in October. He has since covered a speech given by former President Bill Clinton in New York.
Sean covered the Winter Olympic Games from Torino, Italy, with the help of his father, a sportswriter for one of New York's biggest daily papers.
Baseball is Sean's true passion. His dream is to one day play pro ball.
"But if I can't do that, I'd like to be a sportswriter or an announcer," he says.
Sean has two sisters, one older, one younger.
Check out Sean's articles:
Sean pays a visit to Sial, the international food show held in Paris, France.
Sean remembers America's veterans during a visit to the Normandy American Cemetery in France.
Sean meets baseball legend Phil Rizzuto.
NBC Olympic coverage takes a really big village.
Investigation by reporter uncovers the secret of the medals: they are mostly silver!
Student Reporter experiences mountain travel in the worst possible weather
Blind gym teacher to carry Olympic torch.
• President Clinton Reviews His Years in Office
Kid reporter shakes President Clinton's hand!