Théa Rojzman grew up while exploring several artistic fields, such as writing, drawing, painting, music and theater. She eventually focused on writing and painting; she has written a couple of novels and short stories, and regularly exhibits her oil paintings. In 2003 she published a book with illustrated poetry, 'Duos et solos', while studying Philosophy and, subsequently, Social Therapy. She chose an artistic direction eventually, but did work with her father on as essay titled 'C'est pas moi, c’est lui, ne plus être victimes des autres' ('It's not me, it's him, don't be a victim of others anymore') in 2006. She also worked with her father on a comic about their work and their relationship, resulting in the book 'La Réconciliation' (JC Lattès, 2007). She has since worked on solo projects like 'Le Carnet de Rêves' (La Boîte à Bulles, 2009), 'Sages comme une image' (Les Enfants Rouges, 2010) and 'Mourir (ça n'existe pas)' (La Boîte à Bulles, 2015). Psychology has remained a recurring theme in her work. For Fluide Glacial, she works on a series about famous psychopaths, and her feature 'Sur le chesterfield de madame la psy' appears regularly in Le Cercle Psy.