Fabrice Parme was born in 1966 in Nancy, France. He first studied the applied arts for three years at Duperré in Paris before moving on to Angoulême, where he focused on comics. His first drawings were published in Pilote & Charlie in 1988, a year in which he also began working on cartoons. Over the years his projects and collaborations grew in number, leading up to the creation of the Poisson Pilote collection at Dargaud in 1999. It was under this label that he published the two-part adventure story Venezia, alongside scriptwriter Lewis Trondheim (Dargaud; Europe Comics in English). Several years later, in 2012, Parme published the first volume of Famille Pirate alongside writer Aude Picault (Dargaud; Pirate Family, Europe Comics), an adaptation of a cartoon he helped to create in the late 1990s. Volume two of the series followed in 2014. His recent work also includes the children’s series Astrid Bromure (Rue de Sèvres).
Country of origin: France Europe Comics Publisher: Dargaud (France)