sean wrenn

sean wrenn
Photo by Laur Ryan Photography

I have been filming and editing for 10 years with over 250 online videos created to date, covering a broad range of genres. I am self-trained in video editing and in advance camera work for various productions styles (eg News style, PSA’s, Music video, online video advertising, comedic and dramatic shorts)

My earlier years on YouTube (2006-2011) were dedicated to making obscure short comedy sketches for my own channel. Despite not striking internet gold, I managed to garner a small following of dedicated subscribers from all parts of the globe who genuinely enjoyed the bizarreness of my content. I’ve even had a few random encounters with people who have quoted lines from old sketches to me, which is always a pleasant surprise.

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Mayor Gerry McLoughlin presenting a crystal bowl to Seán Wrenn at Mayoral Reception – Photo by David Woodland for ILoveLimerick.com

In early 2010 I became involved in ‘I Love Limerick’, a project that was helping to better the national image of Limerick City by highlighting the truly positive aspects of the people and culture in Limerick. For three and a half years I covered a broad spectrum of events, topics, and interviews, as well as becoming an integral part of the video production elements of I Love Limerick’s online presence. On April 4th of 2013, a Mayoral reception was held in honor of I Love Limerick’s achievement in helping community projects and charities in the city. In August 2013 I departed from ‘I Love Limerick’ as Co-Director/Co-Owner to further pursue a more diverse career in film and acting, as well as being a freelance videographer for hire.



AmhrasPoster 50percent croppedI returned to education as a mature student in the Limerick College of Further Education (LCFE) for the period of Sept. 2015 – May 2016 to study Advanced TV/Film Production. I graduated the course with 8 distinctions in 8 modules, and I had a script for a short film (‘Amhras’) selected as one of two films to be put into production during the courses year. I also directed the production.

Made for a budget of approximately €400, ‘Amhras’ tells the dark tale of two brothers looking for answers in their past. Amhras made its festival debut at the Galway Fringe Festival in July of 2016 and has currently earned 13 laurels in film competitions worldwide (as of January 2018). Future festival and screening dates will be posted here in the news section.

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Alpherat Films is a project that is being set up to be used as a creative outlet for my own personal projects that will involve documentaries and short films. Albeit in limbo since September 2012, I am happy to announce that Alpherat Films is now approaching a stage of fruition and It will be the main project that I will be concentrating on building for now. So keep an eye out for future updates.