He was barely 14 years old when he saw the publication of his first images: a series of chromos illustrating R. L. Stevenson’s novel ‘Treasure Island’ for a Belgian chocolate brand. But despite the praise of his colleagues, his work for many greats of the 9th Art (Tillieux with ‘SOS Bagarreur’, Vance with ‘Bob Morane’, Mitacq with ‘Stany Derval’, Stoquart, Duchateau…) and the creation of famous characters (from Ulysses to Valhardi), this ingenious illustrator never received the public recognition he deserved.