Once she graduated from the Emile-Cohl school, Daphné Collignon started her working life doing the artwork for Isabelle Dethan's Le Rêve de Pierres, which she followed up with two volumes of Coelacanthes.
In 2009, she collaborated with the renowned reporter Anne Nivat on the album Correspondante de guerre. The next year she participated in Frank Giroud's series Destins.
Since then, she's had regular collaborations with the writer Virginie Greiner, and has also illustrated kids comics such as Badésirédudou, Mélodie des Iles, Trois Gouttes de Sang, Chaân, La Petite Maison dans la Prairie, and La Guerre de l'Ours, to name but a few.
In 2014 she illustrated Flora et les étoiles filantes (Le Lombard 2015; Flora and the Shooting Stars, Europe Comics 2016), written by Chantal Van den Heuvel. This heart-warming album portrays a recently divorced forty-something, in search of new love...
Daphné Collignon is also a teacher and graphic designer for video games.