sean ender

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A native of Colorado, Sean Ender is by and large an outdoorsman. Along with his love for adventure, Sean is a filmmaker passionate about history, wildlife, and the conservation of wild things and wild places. He began his career as an Editor at Northern Light Productions in Boston, working primarily on museum exhibit films. He has edited films currently on display at the 9/11 Memorial, Gettysburg Seminary Ridge and The Mob Museum to name just a few. Wanting to return to the Rocky Mountains, Sean bid farewell to the East Coast and came back to Colorado where he started EnderPost Inc. to focus on being an independent producer of wildlife, adventure and conservation content. Since starting the company, Sean has worked as an editor, animator, cameraman and director on TV series and specials, short and feature documentaries, exhibits and web videos. His work includes editing “The Appraisers” (Discovery Velocity), cameraman for “The Travel Show” (BBC World News), motion graphics for “Birth of a Movement” (PBS: Independent Lens), and is part of the film crew for “RMEF: Team Elk” (Outdoor Network/Elk Network). In 2018, he traveled to Mexico to film the documentary “Day of the Dead: A Celebration of Life,” currently in post-production. In 2019 Sean completed his first independent documentary, “Colorado’s Moose.”