Sean Grosvenor is the President of Legacy Media International, LLC and serves
as writer, editor, producer and executive producer for LMI projects.
At the age of four years old, Sean saw the Jesse White Tumblers at a street fair in Lincoln Park,
Chicago, Illinois. From this experience, he was inspired to become a tumbler and practiced every day.
Several years later, he was invited to the Lake Shore Academy of Artistic Gymnastics where he
met Mark, an inspiring and creative teacher. Sean began his training in gymnastics and later went
on to compete for the University of Illinois at Chicago. He went on to represent Barbados
as the first gymnast to compete at the British Commonwealth Games,
Pan American Games and World Championships.
Sean appeared in Paramount Pictures Save the Last Dance and Hardball as a stunt actor,
and as a Motion Sensor Stuntman for the Mortal Kombat video games by Midway Games.
He was the Executive Producer for the short films Son of America, Flyers: a documentary
on the Jesse White Tumblers and Reflections: Thoughts fromLangston Hughes.
He served as a consultant for the documentary film Ariel Phenomenon.
Legacy Media International, LLC seeks to create art that inspires the deepest appreciation
or the human soul. Through our work, we share the journey of life through
the eyes of many creatures that reflect the beauty of our differences.
Thank you for taking this journey with us and we hope you will join us again.