Sean Feast started a career in journalism in 1985, concurrently training at the London College of Printing and later joining Maxwell Business Communications. In 1991 he joined the then fledgling advertising agency, AGA, to start its PR business, AGA Public Relations, later becoming its Managing Partner. The business re-branded to become Gravity in 2011. He has won several prestigious industry awards, notably in the area of crisis management across a diverse range of industries from aerospace to debt collection.
As an author he has written or co-written more than a dozen books, including seven titles with Grub Street: Heroic Endeavour; Master Bombers; A Pathfinder’s War (with Ted Stocker); Churchill’s Navigator (with John Mitchell); The Pathfinder Companion; The Last of the 39-ers; and The Alien Sky (with Andy Wiseman – scheduled for publication in 2015). He is also a regular contributor to a variety of aviation magazines, especially FlyPast and Aeroplane Monthly.
Away from writing he is a qualified football referee and official mentor attached to the Herts FA. He is married with two teenage boys and lives in Sarratt, Hertfordshire.