It was at the fine arts school in Rennes in 1986 that Fred founded the Psurde studio, with other comics lovers such as Etienne Davodeau. The studio served as a vehicle to publish a variety of their creations, from comics to postcards.
In 1991, Fred met David Chauvel, and together they would go on to create “Rails” (Delcourt), as well as a number of other series with the same publisher, including “Popotka” and “L’île au trésor.”
Fred then published one solo project, “L’Appel de la forêt” (Delcourt, based on a book by Jack London), before joining up with Corine Jamar and Leo to work on “Mermaid Project” (Dargaud; Europe Comics/Cinebook in English). The trio continues to work on the series today, with the first book of the three-part sequel, “Mutations,” coming out in 2018 (Dargaud).
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