Bryn Ellis was a writer, poet, a passionate environmentalist, an amateur naturalist and an intrepid traveller.
He was born in Melbourne, a brilliant creative student at Melbourne High, and in his teens Bryn discovered the natural world while living in the Dandenongs and exploring Sherbrooke Forest.
Bryn’s commitment to a more sustainable world led him to a long active involvement in the fight to save the Goolengook Forest in the Errinundra Plateau in East Gippsland, Victoria.
His last adventurous journeys seeking material for his prequel to Half Trace were to Cape York and to Madagascar.
Bryn died in a single vehicle accident while trying to avoid wildlife. Bryn was thirty-four.
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