Born 6 July, 1959 in Montmagny, Québec.
In 1974, at the age of fifteen years he published his first comic book. He earned a degree in graphic design from CEGEP Rivière-du-Loup campus in Québec. In the early 1980’s He drew illustrations for Solaris a science fiction magazine and in 1984, won first prize in a “Les Grands Volliers” contest jointly organized by Le Soleil [Québec City] and Salon international du livre de Québec.
In 1986, he founded Sextant, a graphic periodical devoted to science fiction and fantasy which lasted till the spring of 1989. During this time he contributed to other periodicals like Bambou and Titanic. About this time he became involved for a short period with Dave Darrigo and Steve LeBlanc in the creation of “Tony Bravado Trouble Shooter”. In the 1990’s he joined Grafik Sismik. He became involved with writer and publisher Anne Sigier and illustrated Abraham et Moise in 1993 and Les premiers Chrétiens in 1998. Also in 1998 he was involved with Zine Zag a quarterly magazine of and about cartooning. It survived to April 2004.
|Tony Bravado Trouble Shooter,…: “Private Eye Pin-up” :… Special Studio. Black & white.|
|3, Dec.1989: 28.||4, Mar. 1990: 31.|
|Tony Bravado Trouble Shooter, …: “…” …: …. Special Studio. Black & white.|
|1, Aug.1988: “Dirty Jobs.” Writ., Dave Darrigo. Pen., Steve LeBlanc:1-28.
2, no date: “The Point Of No Return Part 1.” Writ., D. Darrigo. Pen., S. LeBlanc. Let., Cindy Holmes: 1-23.
PERIODICAL GRAPHIC ANTHOLOGY:
Wavemakers , 4, Feb.1989: “The Falling of the Sun.” Writ. & Pen., Steve LeBlanc. Let., Cindy Holmes: 25-27.
Dave Darrigo, 1988.
“Louis Paradis.” https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_Paradis. Accessed 23 January 2021.