Kieran O'Donovan

Fata Morgana Films

Kieran_cropKieran O’Donovan is an emerging cameramen/director of photography from Whitehorse, Yukon. He began his career as a wildlife biologist, which ultimately led him to his career in filmmaking, working on wildlife documentaries. He began his film career as a camera assistant working with the BBC and has gone on to hone his camera and production skills on some of the biggest landmark wildlife series airing on television. He was worked on the BBC’s Frozen Planet Series, Discovery’s North America Series, and most recently Wild Canada: The Eternal Frontier, which will premiere in March, 2014 the CBC’s Nature of Things. When not travelling for work, Kieran resides in Whitehorse where he is working on projects close to home and preparing for work on two upcoming series for the BBC.

Email: odonovan.kieran@gmail.com

Skype: kieran-odonovan

Cell: 00-1-867-336-0745

2 Responses to “About”

  1. shannon

    Kieran, I want more… please let me know where I can find more… Shannon (your cousin)

    Reply
    • Kieran O'Donovan

      Hi Shannon. Send me your email and I will give you the password to see the “Enough to Get By” film on my website, if you haven’t yet. Other than that…there are works in progress. The wildlife series that I was working on over the last 2 years will air in Canada on a show called “The Nature of Things” in March. I think it will air later in the US but not sure when…Also, I will be posting more photos to my site soon enough!

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