Alan graduated with a B.S. from Randolph Macon College. He tripple majored in biology, history, and studio art with a minor in art history. After graduating, he spent two years studying portraiture with the Egeli family in Annapolis Maryland before attending Jacob Collins Atelier in New York City. He moved back to Montana ten years ago, working as a painter of portraits.
His current position at MPG is as a wildlife photographer and videographer.
Ramsey, A. B., Sawaya, M. A., Bullington, L. S., & Ramsey, P. W. (2019). Individual identification via remote video verified by DNA analysis: a case study of the American black bear. . Wildlife Research 46(4), 326-333. https://doi.org/10.1071/WR18049.
Stetz, J. B., Smith, S., Sawaya, M. A., Ramsey, A. B., Amish, S. J., Schwartz, M. K., & Luikart, G. (2016). Discovery of 20,000 RAD-SNP’s and development of a 52-SNP array for monitoring river otters. Conservation Genetics Resources 8(3), 299-302. doi: 10.1007/s12686-016-0558-3.