Jean-François Bergeron is a computer graphics expert, who works as a comics artist in his spare time. He made his comics debut in 1989, during an exchange between Canadian and Belgian artists. He cooperated on the collective album 'Ville-Versa'. He won a comics contest in 1990, and cooperated on the collective albums 'Écran d'Arrêt' and 'Rêves'. After illustrating some short stories scripted by André-Philippe Côté, he drew 'La Voyante' at the publishing house Falardeau in 1993. He then co-founded the fanzine Tabasko!. A fanatic of new technologies, he cooperated with Côté again on the multimedia comic 'L'Oreille Coupée'. From 2002, he is also an occasional contributor to the Belgian magazine Spirou, in cooperation with the scenarist Alcante (Didier Swysen).