Born November 22, 1972 in Poitiers (Vienne). A big comic reader during childhood and adolescence, Cyril Pedrosa
first went into scientific studies. After some trial and error, he finally studied animation design at the Gobelins, a Parisian
establishment dedicated to careers in the moving image. He went on to work on Disney animated feature films such as "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" and "Hercules" where he acquired a speed of execution and a sense of movement that will later serve him well. Meeting writer David Chauvel inspired him to turn to comics. A rising star in graphic storytelling, his unique work is a product of his animation
background combined with his literary influences of Borges, Marquez and Tolkien. His moving journal of going back to his
family roots, "Portugal," is a bestseller. The reception for 'Equinoxes' is equally strong.