Sean’s family has lived in Kenya for 5 generations, farming and operating safaris. His great grand father was one of the first European men to explore the Masai Mara; where he finally met his match, losing to a charging lion.
Sean studied in Kenya, Zimbabwe and the UK before returning home to Kenya to begin a career in agriculture. Since 2006 Sean has been running all aspects of this busy 24,000 acre ranch and conservancy, and has passionately built up, from scratch, Kenya’s largest Boran cattle breeding stud, with 400 breeding cows and a fine selection of stud bulls.
Sean is heavily involved with every aspect of running Sosian but is happiest out walking in the bush or fishing with his two young sons.