I am a French photographer, author and animal advocate.
I consider myself a citizen of the world, a traveler in the soul.
Born in France on November 8, 1985, from an Italo-Franco-Irish family,
I cultivate very early a taste for the history of art, travel and aspire to a life of celestial tramp.
Graduated from a school of graphic art in Lyon, I then move to Paris to follow a training
at the Jacques Lecoq International Theater School, which focuses on the language of the human and animal body. I take part in a course that I particularly like, the movement study laboratory. A special class dedicated to the dynamic search of space and rhythm, through plastic representation. Animal lovers from an early age, I develop a special attraction for dogs during an initiatory trip to Latin America. The meeting with an abandoned dog in the desert of northern Argentina makes me aware of the joys of adoption but also the atrocity of abandonment. When I return to Europe, I am interested in dog training at a renowned "Bocalan" school in Madrid to perfect my approach as a photographer with our dog friends.
"Roman is a vagabond around the world, a poet of adventure, a free being,
a man who is not afraid of anything, without attachment or constraint. A threatened species.
On his way, he met a dog, free, without attachment or constraint!
He called it MILAN as a tribute to the writer Milan Kundera whom he admires enormously.
Since then, they share their inseparable lives, roam the planet, delivered to the hearts of those who help them
and welcome them, more often in misery than in comfort.
Roman and Milan have decided to dedicate their lives to making humans aware of not giving up their companions.
Both have often traveled with poor stray dogs to strive to feed and adopt.
It is on this subject that I met them briefly at the exit of La Madrague.
I was moved by this dog-master couple indissociable and courageous.
I promised them to help them in their wonderful abandonment project around the world. "