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Our primary focus is producing media that supports conservation efforts. We want to support your efforts to protect wildlife and its habitat. Through documentary film we can help promote your organization’s brand and mission, draw focus to a cause, disseminate scientific research, influence policy and create positive change for the natural world that we cherish.

We invite you to watch our outreach video below to learn more about our conservation focus and filmmaking skills.



Producing – Cinematography – Editing – Motion Graphics


Peak to Creek Films is a full service documentary production company. Although our focus is conservation, we are passionate about telling stories no matter the subject matter. We’ve worked on feature films, short films, TV series/specials and museum installations. Credits include “Colorado’s Moose” (Documentary Feature), “The Travel Show” (BBC World News), “The Appraisers” (Discovery Velocity), “Colorado Experience” (Rocky Mountain PBS), “Birth of a Movement” (PBS: Independent Lens), with museum installations at 9/11 Memorial Museum, Gettysburg Seminary Ridge, The Mob Museum and Headwaters Ecology Center.

View our demo reel below



The Owner

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In 2019 I rebranded my post-production company, EnderPost Inc., to truly reflect the type of work that happens here. EnderPost has grown from a post-production shop into a full service production company. Adding producing, directing and cinematography services opened the door to projects that focused on history, conservation and wildlife. After producing my first documentary, “Colorado’s Moose,” I decided it was time to shift the company’s focus to producing content I’m passionate about and Peak to Creek Films reflects this vision.

I grew up in Colorado and by and large I’m an outdoorsman. I love standing in rivers, trying to entice a trout to take my fly. I love being in the forest, pursuing elk with the hope of filling my freezer with wild, organic protein. I love clicking into my skis and making turns through fresh powder. At the end of an adventure I love kicking back by the fire and staring up at the stars as a moose feeds in the meadow below. My love for the outdoors, and my passion for telling stories is why Peak to Creek Films exists. I look forward to sharing your story and help conserve wild places and wild things.

– Sean Ender