The presentation of the Simbamangu book was a success, our book dedicated to the caracal is â€śrunningâ€ť fast in two continents now.
This year Greenpeace chooses our zebras for the cover image. Thanks to the Greenpeace staff, 2024 will be full of new challenges to face together.
â€śHow do animals drink?â€ť it is from this question that we started for the article published in Focus Wild in August 2023
On July 2023 issue of German magazine, our photo story on the trail of the Caracal in South Africa
Since the celebration of the 100 years of the Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise National Park goes on also in 2023, we want to share with you this article, with text by Fulco Pratesi and our images, published in the latest issue of The Banca Popolare di Sondrio Magazine.
Here we are: the Greenpeace 2023 calendar that shows 3 Homo ambiens images.
In Issue 43/2022 of Donna Moderna, our story on the community of the island of Capraia, part of our long-term project on the small Italian islands.
We had the honour of opening the Montphoto Fest 2022 in Lloret de Mar in Rome with our Wild Rome long-term project
The â€śLonely Planet Magazine Italyâ€ť issue of Ott / Nov is out with our reportage on the women who cultivate the sea along the coasts of Jambiani (Zanzibar).
The 18th of May at the Bioparco di Roma Foundation we were involved in the conference dedicated to Wild Rome, the wildlife of the Eternal City. We thank the organizers, speakers and all audience for the beautiful day.
The weekly magazine Donna Moderna hosts our story on the 100 years of the National Parks of Abruzzo, Lazio and Molise and Gran Paradiso.
On the special issue of National Geographic Italy, entirely dedicated to the theme of Forests, an article inspired by our project Il Popolo Immobile on Mediterranean forests with a text by Mauro Fattor. The Reportage won the BEST EDITOR award among all the articles published by the more than 40 national publications of National Geographic.
On 7th of May, during The Canon Day 2022 hosted by Camera Service Rome, we presented the Vanishing Beauty project to young and passionate photographers.
In the April issue of the German magazine NaturFoto, our one-month photo-reportage at the Yellowstone Park in company of Black Bears.
Once again in 2022 our images selected to illustrate the Greenpeace Italy calendar, our significant collaboration with the environmental organization continues.
Visions du Grand Nord is the Cover Story of the French magazine Nat'Images
On Focus Wild issue of November our story "What is left in the woods?", on the causes and costs of forest fires.
Among the events of the Photo Festival in Milan, the exhibition WWF/Homo ambiens PURA NATURA A visual journey through the beauty of the WWF Oasis, a naturalistic heritage of our country.
On Sunday 10 October 2021 at the Botanical Garden of Rome, during the WWF Urban Nature event, togheter with the exhibition Wild Rome, Francesca Manzia of Lipu and our MicĂ˛l Ricci presented the book.
Our images showing the beauty of Ordesa Natural Park in Aragon and Augestortes Natural Park in Catalonia on October Bellâ€™Europa magazine.
The Kick off of our new long-term project Vanishing Beauty, which will keep us busy for the next few years, is online.
Our travel diary to discover the Delta of the largest European river is on out.
Finally live, Guests of the 23rd FĂĽrstenfelder Naturfototage for a lecture on Wild Rome.
Our article on Conservation Photography, with an amazing gallery of images illustrating the results of the photographic techniques we use in the field.
Another collaboration with the WWF International, this time for the freshwater report.
On the Nat'Images issue our photostory on the Forum of Augustus kestrels, in Rome.
Some images describe the photo story on Apennine Brown Bear
Another international trip to Wild Rome. Our project on the urban fauna of Rome is still in progress and does not stop giving us great happiness. Moreover We are very glad to have the opportunity to show the great work of the Ornis Italica association in Rome and beyond ...
Presentation of the book during the PiĂą Libri PiĂą Liberi Festival.
Thursday 3 October the Muse of Trento, as part of the soiree â€śclick di seraâ€ť, invited Roberto Isotti to talk about Mediterranean Forests and Conservation Photography.
The South African magazine Landbou publishes an article by Nico Avenant, accompanied by our images and dedicated to the delicate issue of Caracal's relations with livestock farmers.
From the mountains to the sea... After the beautiful evening of yesterday, today (29 August 2019) we presented our new book in Pineto , the nice Adriatic-coastwise village of Pineto
It is always a great pleasure for us to stop in Pescasseroli in the PNALM, although for a brief stop. The emotion is double then if the occasion is to present our new book â€śThe immovable Tribeâ€ť
We are super happy to announce that â€śThe Immovable Tribeâ€ť, our new book, is finally out. â€śThe Immovable Tribe, the last mediterranean forests"; The volume,through unique images, tell the long and fascinating story of the Mediterranean forests and the fight for their preservation.
On the February issue of Focus Wild, our story on the strategies of thermoregulation in the animal world.
On the first issue of the year of Topolino a photo story on some animals facing the Winter, our images.
As usual, also this year our images have been selected by Greenpeace to be part of its calendar.
As part of our long-term project on the latest Mediterranean Forests, we have started a collaboration with the nucleus of the Carabinieri of the Biodiversity of Pratovecchio in the Casentino area.
Our story on the jackal that passed through The Po river on the National Geographic Italy December 2018 issue
On the October issue of the BBC Wildlife magazine, our article on the black squirrel recently recognized as a new species.
On the 44 issue an article on the West Coast National Park incredible blossoming.
Our images on the Topolino kid magazine 2nd of may 2018 issue, to illustrate the reportage on camouflage.
On the newspaper â€śCorriere della Seraâ€ť (28th Feb 2018), Fulco Pratesi featuring the story, illustrated by our images, of the role of bears and bees in the post-fire woods.
Our images on the first 2018 issue of Wild, official magazine of National Parks of South Africa
Happy to contribute to the last issue of The David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation Magazine with our snow leopard image.
Presentation of the Greenpeace Italia's calendar 2018, Homo Ambiens contributed with the cover image and some of the months images, for a whole year for nature conservation.
Our images, on the July 2017 issue of Bell'Europa, tell the story of one of the key ecosystems to protect European biodiversity.
Project dedicated to Unesco Italian sites. In the coming months you will be able to admire them in many â€śrest areasâ€ť of highways around Italy.
Happy to see our article about Wild Rome on the latest issue of Nat'Images.
Successfully kick off for our exhibition Wild Rome, more than 6.500 visited at Festimages Nature in Laval
Our images on the last issue of “Topolino”: The European Big Five faced to the African Big Five. When you see your own work on a kids magazine you feel a little bit younger, isn’t.
Happy to be part of the Wildscreen Exchange photo database, a unique global hub for all conservation communications.
Our image as a symbol of 50th years of conservation by IUCN
The images and videos of Roberto contribute to the international campaign to eliminate all releases of hazardous chemicals in our clothes
In occasion of the print of the book on Apennine Brown Bear the National Geographic Italy speaks on the conservation of the last wild bears
In occasion of the inclusion of the Shanga Trinational Park in the Unesco heritage list the National Geographic Italy speaks about the conservation issues of this land situated in the green heart of Africa
Nature conservation into the eyes of young
The prestigious French magazine Nat’Images describes the work of Roberto and Alberto on the Apennine Brown Bear
The prosperous illegal trade in parrots from South America to Europe is due, of course, to the many problems in the countries of origin of those beautiful birds but above all to the high demand for pets by the rich countries
In occasion of the International Forum on Tiger conservation the National Geographic Italy remind us the conservation issues of this endangered species
Thanks to these precious images of a species rare, shoot only 3 times in the last 30 years, the Indonesian WWF got new funding to start new conservation projects in the area
Lapland and much other exotic places shown on the weekly supplement
Dynamics and responsibility of the international wildlife trade
The photographic expedition of Roberto to document the project of sustainable tourism, born to support the Loggerhead turtle conservation in Turkey