Born in France in May 1968, Stéphane Lemardelé studied at the School of Fine Arts in Cherbourg before emigrating to Quebec in 1995.
As a film storyboarder, he has worked on feature films such as Brick Mansion by C. Delamarre (Luc Besson productions) and Everything Will Be Fine by Wim Wenders. He has collaborated in the organization of multiple festivals: Les rendez-vous du cinéma québécois, Festival du nouveau cinéma de Montréal or Off-Courts de Trouville in France. In his region, he develops multiple collective artistic projects involving citizens and contributing to create social cohesion (Le Labohem, À auteur d'enfant, RetroLabo).
He has also published several travelogues at Ouest France - Edilarge.
After a first solo foray with Le Nouveau monde paysan in Quebec and then the storyboard of Versailles: My Father's Palace by Maïté Labat and Jean-Baptiste Véber, he returned to his solo comics work with Storyboarding for Wim Wenders.