Travel Journalist and TV Host
As National Geographic's first Digital Nomad, Evans explores the world, driven by his own curiosity and without the aid of a map or agenda. The results will have you packing in no time.
After witnessing a devastating oil spill in San Francisco Bay in the 1970s, Francis set out on a walk across America and took a vow of silence that would last 17 years.
Photographer and Filmmaker
One day after graduating with Honors and a degree in Zoology from the University of Bristol, Gregory was on a plane to Mumbai to assist wildlife photographer Steve Winter in his quest to document urban leopards. He hasn't stopped since!
Celebrated for emphasizing the things that unite rather than divide us, Griffiths has traveled to more than 100 countries, telling the stories of us.
Guttenfelder worked for 20 years as a photojournalist for the Associated Press based in Nairobi, Abidjan, New Delhi, Jerusalem, and Tokyo, covering geopolitical news in more than 75 countries around the world.
Through JPL, Hand is working on a project to explore Europa, Jupiter's 4th largest moon, which scientists believe hosts a 60-mile deep ocean beneath a deep layer of ice.
Harper turned a childhood around 20th century farming and food into a career dedicated to solving the world's food and freshwater crises, blending old and new for something truly revolutionary.
Hiebert, a National Geographic archaeology fellow, played a vital role in excavating ancient treasures once thought lost in the chaos of Afghanistan’s modern wars and invasions.
Freshwater Ecologist and host of Nat Geo WILD’s Monster Fish, Zeb Hogan, is on a mission is to protect the world’s largest freshwater fish.
Ibrahim scours the deserts of North Africa for clues to life in the Cretaceous period, when the area was a large river system teeming with predators and prey.
Author & Historian
Humanities scholar, historian, best-selling author, and award-winning filmmaker Jean-Pierre Isbouts has devoted his work to biblical archaeology, Renaissance Florence, and 19th century Europe. The true embodiment of a renaissance man.
Charlie Hamilton James
Photographer and Filmmaker
Making a name for himself as a freshwater aquatic wildlife photographer, James has morphed into natural history filmmaking and he's telling the story of how mankind interacts with nature in a rapidly changing landscape.
Beverly & Dereck Joubert
Photographers & Filmmakers
Wild Africa would be in far greater peril if not for the tireless efforts of the Jouberts, who have devoted more than 25 years to documenting its majestic wildlife in a race to save countless species—especially lions—from extinction and to help man and beast coexist in greater harmony.
Photographer & Filmmaker
In an artistic way that is entirely his own, Klum has described and portrayed animals, plants, and natural and cultural settings in the form of articles, books, ﬁlms, and exhibitions.