Ronan Donovan


Field biologist turned photographer Ronan Donovan has traveled to all seven continents in search of elusive wildlife. Ronan’s first trip to East Africa was in 2008, and he has spent time there nearly every year since, studying wild chimpanzees in Uganda and hiking volcanoes to photograph mountain gorillas in Rwanda. His assignments for National Geographic include an entire year living inside Yellowstone National Park documenting the lives of wild wolves, and, more recently, a TV series about a family of Arctic wolves, which aired on NatGeo WILD in the fall of 2019. Ronan will join the entire workshop.