He received a 1998 Award for First Comic Book at the Angoulême International Comics Festival. He did most of his work for publisher L'Association.
His best known works included "Grand Vampire," "Les Potamoks," and "Donjon," the latter of which developed an international cult following.
He was born in southern France to an Ashkenazi Jewish mother and a Sephardic Jewish father.
He directed the film, "Gainsbourg: Vie Heroique," which starred Doug Jones.