In 1994, an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in Saint-Etienne confronts Roselyne Titaud, for the first time, with images of Bernd & Hilla Becher, Thomas Ruff and Thomas Struth. She then began to photograph, learning the technique of printing in the wings of the museum. Even if this aesthetic experience was fundamental, she then detached herself from this tradition and the distance she establishes with her subject. She breathes life into her images with humanity along with a sociological approach, private and close.
Frequent changes of residence have sharpened her attention to the variety of living environments, interior and abundance of decorative elements. This triggered in her a curiosity about the intentional collection of objects on a dresser, a table, a shelf. Today, after 13 years of interior photographs, her work is oriented outwards, related to the previous by the idea of what the Germans call "Heimat" – an untranslatable word in French – and evokes both the household and the homeland.
In 2004, Dirk Snauwert and Isabelle Bertolotti selected Roselyne Titaud's series of the convent of Bas-en-Basset for "rendez vous 2004" at the MAC in Lyon. In 2006, The interiors have been selected for the prize of the festival "voice off" in the Rencontres d'Arles. In 2008 she had a residency in Stuttgart thanks to the association Art 3, and then in 2009–2010 at the Akademie Solitude. In 2010 she moved to Berlin where she lives and works. Her work is regularly shown in France and Germany. In 2012, She presented her images in the portfolio review in the Musée de l'Elysée in Lausanne. In 2014 she exhibited at the Museum für Photographie Braunschweig. In the same year her first monographic book visites was released at Kehrer Verlag. In 2015, the MACA Saint-Etienne presented Roselyne Titaud first solo exhibition in France, inszenieren, and 16 prints from the Berlin series of visites were purchased by the Berlinische Galerie in Berlin.