Rijasolo was born in France in 1973.
His selection at the 2005 Rencontres de la Photographie Africaine in Bamako gave him the confidence he need to work as a full-time photographer. In December 2006, he embarked on a photojournalism course in Paris (EMI-CFD).
He was a reporter-photographer for the Wostok Press agency during the 2007 French presidential campaign, and in November of the same year, went on to set up RIVA PRESS in association with four photojournalists concerned with maintaining an independent view. Since then, he has collaborated with French newspapers and magazines such as Libération, Le Monde, Paris Match, and Jeune Afrique, where he is the correspondent for the Indian Ocean area.
In 2010, he won the 1st prize at the Leica 35 mm wide angle contest.
In 2011, Rijasolo decided to return living in Madagascar where he focuses on reportage and corporate.
He has been an AFP stringer photographer since 2012.
In 2013, He published his first book of photography "Madagascar, nocturnes" (no comment® editions) about nightlife in Madagascar.
Rijasolo lives and works at Antananarivo, Madagascar.