Roman graduated in Biological Sciences at the University "La Sapienza" of Rome with a thesis in marine biology of the abyssal Mediterranean Sea. At the beginning as a " pure and hard " wildlife photographer, a lover of unspoiled landscapes and aquatic life, and underwater shooting. Then, extending his professional prospects to travel photography, reportage and portrait and as a professional photographer who worked with a large number of journals and periodicals, italian and international, including "Class", "L'Espresso", "National Geographic Italy", "Traveller" , "Il Venerdì di Repubblica", and with many publishers, including De Vecchi, Olimpia, Fabbri and Mondadori.
Alongside the photographer has written and published a great number of articles on topic and not naturalistic, journals and periodicals, producing also the texts, as well as photos, volumes , translated into foreign languages , published by different publishers, including Mondadori and Wild Editions.
For years, he organizes courses in photography, film screenings and popular workshops, both in Italy and abroad. In his many travels he has focused on the documentation of ethnic groups and peoples who are threatened by progress and by particular political and social conditions, in recent years in Ethiopia, Kenya, India, North Ireland and Lebanon.
He has made the long-term photographic project "In the Wild World of Writers," for which he took with a "naturalistic " attitude a large number of portraits of the most famous Italian narrators and storytellers.
He is recently (December, 2013) the winner of the award "Best Single Image in a Portfolio (Vanishing Cultures & Emerging) and of Portfolio (Monochromal) of "Travel Photographer Of The Year Awards 2013".
He has contributes in July 2014 at Royal Photographic Society, International Print Exhibition157, in London and in others four locations in the UK.
Third place, "Professional" People Life Style category in Moscow International Foto Awards’14 Competition.
2014 - International Print Exhibition157, 2014 - Moscow International Foto Awards’14 Competition., 2013 - Travel Photographer Of The Year Awards 2013
Kolkata Railway People.
In the indian town of Kolkata, in the vicinity of Nimtala Ghat, on the banks of the Ganges, where the bodies of the dead are cremated, thousands of people have built their homes along the tracks that run along the border of the Red Light District of the city. Theirs is a life marked by misery, by absolute precariousness and continuous changes of trains. Measuring their lives among miserable shacks and dilapidated shops, literally every 15-20 minutes, they are in a constant source of danger, psychological stress and environmental contamination.
Bosnian Mountains Woman.
A old woman by Lukomir, the most remote village in Bosnia-Herzegovina, as well as the one located at the highest altitude, about 1500 meters.