As an intuitive reporter, Roland oriented his career to his passion for nature and animals towards documenting the environment. It was a choice of life as a vet and conservationist to do so. As a fellow zoologist of the Paris National History Museum, the freelancing enabled him to go to most places he dreamed of half of the year.His photos are published in international press, books and advertising since 1983. For over 35 years as a couple, and often with 3 kids, their journalistic texts are the results and testimonies of their trips around the planet, looking for wildlife, mainly mammals and birds, but also the people that work with, exploit, protect, study or destroy animals and the planet. His collection has more than 1,000 species of mammals and close to 6,000 of birds in addition to images of reptiles amphibians fish, insects plants.…They do not plan to retire from their passion.