Frédéric Brémaud—also known under the pseudonyms of Brrémaud, Labrémure, and Lili Mésange—was born on March 11, 1973 in Seoul, South Korea. He spent his childhood in the north of the French department Deux-Sèvres and on the island of Noirmoutier. After studying in La Rochelle and Newcastle, he worked at the Centre national de la bande dessinée et de l'image, in Angoulême, where he met many authors. A few years later, in 1999, he published his first album: volume 1 of Cœur de royaume (Soleil), illustrated by Benoît Vieillard. A prolific author, he never stopped writing! Today he has more than a hundred titles, of all genres and for all audiences, with Soleil, Glénat, Paquet, and Bamboo. In 2018, Frédéric Brémaud was nominated in the Early Readers category of the Eisner Awards. In 2021, he published volume 5 of Love (Vents d'Ouest), illustrated by Federico Bertolucci, which won the Jury Prize at the Lucca Comics Festival. The same year, he joined Giovanni Rigano again to create Les Terreurs des mers (Vents d'Ouest) and Lettres des animaux à ceux qui les prennent pour des bêtes (Glénat). In 2022, Giovanni Rigano and Frédéric Brémaud started working with Dargaud and published the first volume of the series Tête de pioche (Pickhead in English, Europe Comics).

Country of origin: South Korea Europe Comics Publisher: Dargaud (France)