A native of Colorado, Sean Ender is by and large an outdoorsman. He's an avid fly fisherman, and also enjoys backpacking, canoeing and skiing. Along with his love for adventure, he is also passionate about filmmaking and telling compelling stories. He began pursuing production as a career when he attended Colorado State University-Pueblo. First hired as a student producer at Rocky Mountain PBS, Sean continued to hone his craft as a production trainee with the United States Air Force. Interested in experiencing a different lifestyle and immersing himself in a thriving documentary industry, Sean moved to Boston in 2011 after completing his degree. In short time he became an Editor at Northern Light Productions, 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. He also edited web and promotional videos for the Massachusetts Division of Marine Fisheries and The GroundTruth Project. 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 outdoor, adventure and conservation content. Since starting the company, Sean has been hired as an editor, animator and cameraman on TV series and specials, short films, web videos and commercials. In 2015 he edited his first major network series, "The Appraisers," airing on Discovery Velocity. And in 2016 was part of the film crews for "RMEF: Team Elk" on the Outdoor Network and the "World Food Championships" TV currently in post-production.