Born in 1982, in Marseille, France.
Mathilde Domecq graduated in illustration from the Superior Decorative Arts School of Strasbourg (ESAD).
After a few years experience in youth press, she joins the Tchô Team with the series Basile and Melba in 2006. In 2008, she participates to the creation of the Satellite studio with other comic authors in Montpellier, France. Her second passion is travelling. She catches any opportunity to work abroad. She joins in 2010 the collective Zarmatelier, an independent comics studio of Marseille. In 2011, with Wojtek Bajda she opens Drabina 13, a cultural space in Wrocław [PL], organising concerts, exhibitions, projections and happenings. In 2012, she starts the trilogy Paola Crusoé, interpreting the myth of Robinson. With Umami Lab, she multiplies now the opportunities of live performances such as graphic concerts. She now lives and work in Berlin, by Weltall studio.