Joël Jurion – illustrator
Joël Jurion was born in France in 1975, with a penchant for doodling his entire life. He began creating comics in 1999, illustrating Thierry Calleteau’s ANACHRON, a series that ran for six successful years. Hot on the heels of that project, he began a new series with writer Steve Baker called THE DEMONS OF DUNWICH. But his most popular series, without a doubt, has been KLAW with Antoine Ozanam and colorist Yoann Guille.
Aside from this comic work, he also spends a lot of time designing and storyboarding for the animation and video game industries, including work on the upcoming CG feature film “BALLERINA.”
Antoine Ozanam – writer
Antoine Ozanam was born in Rouen before his family reolcated to the Paris suburbs, where he consisted on a steady diet of comic books and alternative music. After studying visual communication, he designed movie posters, music videos, CDs, and eventually websites before releasing his first original graphic novel “HOTEL NOIR,” a nod to classic character types. In 2004, he decided to become a full-time comic writer, and he hasn’t slowed down since, having written or created well over 30 titles.
He now lives in the city of Angoulême with his family, where he continues to write the ongoing saga of KLAW.