Born 1938 in Montréal.
He studied painting and majored in literature and art history at the Université de Montréal. For a short time in 1966, he drew editorial cartoons for Dimanche Martin where he and the editors were in conflict. In 1967 he switched to the radical publication Quebec-Presse. In the same year he published a booklet of cartoons covering de Gaulle’s visit to Quebec. It sold out three editions in a few weeks.
Until Quebec-Presse discontinued operations, he provided a full page cartoon strip depicting the early 1970’s turbulent political scene in Québec.
He later became a professor, sculptor and film maker.
PERIODICAL GRAPHIC ANTHOLOGY:
“Tourisme pollue. BD,1-1, no date.
“AEL-FAL.” BD, 2-1, premier trimestre 73.
“Metropolis.” BD, 1-2, 3ième trimester 71.
The Hecklers. Writ. & Ed.., Peter Desbarates & Terry Mosher. McClelland & Stewart Ltd., 1979: 235.
BD, 1-2, 3ième trimester 71.