Discover Tragopan's Team
Baptiste Bataille The Globe trotting
Naturalist and photographic guide. He takes nature lovers to the four corners of the globe to photograph mythical animals, such as the Snow leopard, the Ethiopian wolf, the Puma, the Gorillas etc... He brings to Tragopan his field expertise on the equipment but also his support in French-speaking communication (website, social networks, etc...) to make the products known and participate in the development of the brand.
Espen HellandLe connecté
Espen is a wildlife photographer based in the Highlands of Scotland. He’s got a passion for the natural world and likes to spend most of his time in the field photographing and filming wildlife. You can see more of Espen on our YouTube Channel where he uses Tragopan products to get close to wildlife without disturbing it.
Jonathan MARTINEZThe designer
Passionate about birds since his childhood, photographing them quickly became an obsession, first in his native place in Sologne and then on the other side of the world in China where he lived for about fifteen years. As a designer and luggage maker, the opportunity to use this background to design and manufacture a Hide adapted to wildlife photography seemed obvious to him... the rest of his story is presented on this website...
Charles SIMON The logistics expert
Receiving, tidying, sorting, organising, preparing and dispatching, this is Charles' daily dedication to ensuring that your parcels reach you as quickly as possible. But not only that, he is your privileged interlocutor to answer all your questions about shipping. He is also the one behind the creation and maintenance of this website... In short, Charles is the keystone of Tragopan. Holder of a technical and commercial BTS, he is passionate about computers and particularly about the development of web initiatives...
ALABN LarousseThe Artist
Watercolourist, naturalist illustrator and animal artist.He sketches, paints and draws Nature like nobody else. He accompanies Tragopan at trade fairs to embellish the stand with his works but above all, he is the one behind Tragopan's camouflage motifs. From a field notebook on the Kentish plover to the framed painting of an Osprey (his peach mignon) ... everything can be lay down on paper.