A former Australian park ranger and past president of the International Ranger Federation, Sean has worked with rangers in over 80 countries on six continents. Experiencing the best and worst of what rangers deal with, Sean encountered many hair-raising situations with them along the way. His efforts to help his ranger colleagues and support their conservation work has shone a light on the sacrifice rangers and their families make to protect our natural world. Sean continues to be inspired by rangers working on the frontlines of conservation every day and he uses their inspiration for his work at Thin Green Line.
When Sean isn’t pottering in his garden, or reclaiming timber, he loves to attend music gigs and spend time at the beach with his young family.