Born the year Tolkien and Picasso passed away, little Jérôme discovered very early how to order his life, his brain and his room: everything, everywhere.
As he grew up, he learned drawing, graphic design, experimented with music, and then came the creation of literature for young people and games.
He realized that all this was vital to him. That each medium could become a playground, with its frameworks, its constraints, in which the imagination finds its way.
More precisely on the playful side he is an aficionado of co-creation. An ideal creative ping-pong.