Thomas Huot-Marchand lives and works in Besançon, France. After graduating in Besançon school of fine arts in 2001, he joined the Atelier national de recherche typographique (ANRT) where he studied typeface design (with Peter Keller, Jean Widmer, Hans Jurg Hunziker, André Baldinger, and Philippe Millot). He designed Minuscule, later considered as one of the “ten typefaces of the decade” (Paul Shaw, Imprint). In 2006, he spent one year as resident fellow at the Académie de France à Rome—Villa Medici. He taught graphic and typographic design in Besançon and in Amiens from 2002 to 2012. Since 2012, Thomas has been the director of the ANRT, a post-graduate research course based in Nancy. He published in 2016 the catalogue ANRT Archives, 1985-2006. He served as typographer in residency at the Hoffmitz-Milken Center for Typography in Pasadena in 2019. Since 2017, his typefaces Minuscule, Minérale, Garaje (all awarded by the TDC) and Album are distributed by 205TF.