- Salyris StudiosOwner/CEO, 2004 - present
Sean Cook, MBA/TM, is the CEO of Salyris Studios, which began in early 2004 as a small web and print design studio. First built as a simple site to showcase some projects on which Sean had worked on; Salyris Studios has since grown successfully into a much larger studio, beyond Sean's early expectations.
Now he can offer all kinds of services such as web design and development, print design, soundtracks, voice-overs, Joomla! design and development, and social media services. We strive as a team to give each of our clients the best results while using the latest technologies and trends.
Sean has over 15 years of combined education and experience in multiple IT job titles: Webmaster, Lead Designer, Project Manager, Small Business Start-Ups, Networking, Market Research, PC Hardware Technician, Team Leader, and Technical Support Manager.
Sean also holds multiple degrees: AA - Liberal Arts Degree, BS - Integrated Media (almost double-majored in Sports Medicine with an Athletic Training minor by just 5 classes; hence the BS in a BA major/minor), Master of Business Administration/Technology Management (MBA/TM). He has been involved in the Internet since its inception as a user and designer constantly on the leading edge of technology changes.
- University of PhoenixMBA/TM, 2003 - 2005
- Pacific UniversityIntegrated Media, 1998 - 2002
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