Marty Curnan is a forestry graduate of the University of Maine and a licensed professional forester. He joined Sewall in 2016 after eight years as a consulting forester providing sustainable management services to forest landowners throughout New England. In his current role as director of geospatial forestry, he is responsible for business development, strategic planning, and developing and incorporating emerging technologies into our current offerings in that area. In addition, he manages geospatial projects for forestry clients along with the preparation of Sewall’s CanopyDataTM product and provides GIS, remote sensing, and analytical support for all types of projects at Sewall. As a self-proclaimed tech nerd, Marty is passionate about using the latest technology in helping clients solve their biggest problems.
When not in the office, Marty enjoys exploring Maine’s vast outdoors with friends and family whether it is hunting, fishing, sea-kayaking or hiking. In November, he can be found camping in the remote north woods in pursuit of elusive whitetail deer [often with a beard full of icicles].