Robby Bolleyn was born in Antwerp, Belgium, in 1966.
After completing his studies in Marketing, Conservation and Photography, he began his career as Office Manager at the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF). 
But eventually, he decided to devote his life to full-time photography.

Robby has had a lifelong fascination with Africa.
The African animal world and indigenous cultures have become the focus of his field of creative work in photography. He has many fond memories of long stays in the African bush, built up over almost two decades. 
To this day he and his Dutch wife Marleen venture back to Africa each year the whole wintertime.

Robby’s Fine Art Prints are sold worldwide.
His artwork can be seen on his website

Robby’s passion for Africa extends to its safari camps and lodges.
He has developed a signature style portraying these oases, with particular attention to artistry and style.

Robby and Marleen are based in a farmhouse in Burgundy, surrounded by meadows and woods. He moved to France after declaring his home country “far too small”.