Growing Into Yourself

In Celebrate by El Moreno2 Comments

Elefante is Letting It Ride

You would remember Sean Horton’s work from An Historic Hair Day, which is since remembered as the finest gathering of longhairs since The Great Cut.

To be honest though, Elefante—as he’s come to be known—wasn’t in the video much, because he was behind the camera shooting all day. Even so he’s continued his hair journey since then…and the flow is strong with this one.

Listen to Sean Horton on The Longhairs podcast.

What you'll hear about:

  • Videographer vs. Cinematographer
  • Hair, culture and why he grew it out
  • Being labeled “non-essential”
  • Growing into yourself
  • The true meaning of Horton

Catch Elefante and the boys in Let It Ride.

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Sean Horton

Sean Horton

Elefante is a production manager, director, photographer and cinematographer of Horton Visuals, a full service video production and commercial photography studio. Horton Visuals offers a no-bullshit partner in creating brand films, documentaries, branded content and commercial video projects.

Sean is also founder of Horton Originals which offers production-inspired designs on limited release products and apparel.

“Do good work, be nice to people.”
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Bros On This Episode

El Moreno | Lindsay Barto

El Moreno

Co-Founder, President & Chief Follicle Officer for The Longhairs, El Moreno is a husband, father, athlete and creator. He makes most of what you see and interact with on The Longhairs websites.


El Rubio | Chris Healy

El Rubio

Co-Founder, CEO & Chief Manetenance Officer for The Longhairs, El Rubio is a writer, traveler, avid skier and athlete. He writes most of the words you read from The Longhairs.


Any questions for Sean? Leave them in the comments, amigo.