Pim Steinmann started drawing comics before he could write. Apart from a great productivity, creating dozens of different comic characters, he also displayed a great talent, which was awarded when he won the National Championship for Juvenile Comic Artists in 2002. He was the first in a long line of (very) young comic artists to be guided and published by Margreet de Heer under her Senoeni Comics label. Among the other Senoeni artists were Wouter Goudswaard, Daniël Arruda Massa, Pim Steinmann and Aimée de Jongh.
Pim was only 13 years old when Senoeni published his first (and only) comic book in August 2003: 'Mier Part 1', a gag-series about an ant and his friends. He also contributed to Senoeni's collective fairy tale comic book 'Sprookjes in Strookjes', with a comic based on Lewis Carroll's 'Alice in Wonderland', in 2006. Pim's comics have furthermore appeared on the online comics portal Stripster in the period 2002-2005. He launched the Daily Danger comics portal with Jordy Knoop to publish their webcomics. The site and its domain was later used by Margreet de Heer as an online continuation of Senoeni Comics. Pim Steinmann has eventually moved on to study at the Utrecht School of the Arts, and now focuses on performance art and building installations.