Guillaume SOREL was born in Cherbourg, France. His big brother first gave him the virus for comics and not long after, books such as Jonathan by Cosey also gave him inspiration for his own style. After art studies in Lyon and Paris, he sarted his career as an illustrator for role games. He met Thomas Mosdi, scenarist of Dead Island. Guillaume Sorel's style is a mix of realism with fantastic and gothic inspirations.
In a convention in Bruxelles, he met Mathieu Gallié, scenarist of Algernon Woodcock whose story is about the adventures of a Scottish country doctor and celtic tales.
The one-shot Last days of Stephan Zweig, is an exemple of his realistical-historical production and a poetic exemple of his work in color.