Thierry Leproust studied interior architecture, design and sculpture at the École Boulle. In parallel to his work as a visual artist, he has been working as a set designer and chief decorator for the cinema since 1983. In the field of dance, he regularly collaborates with Angelin Preljocaj, for whom he created the sets for Amer America (1990), La Peau du monde (1992), L'Anoure, L'Oiseau de feu (1995), Blanche Neige (2008), Le Sacre du printemps (2001), as well as for Le Parc (1994), Casanova (1998) and Le Songe de Médée (2004). He also works with the choreographers Nadine Hernu, Norma Claire, Patrick Salliot and Blanca Li (Sheherazade, Palais Garnier, 2001). In the theatre, he created sets for Roger Planchon, Garance, Simone Amouyal, Marie Hermès and Jacques Rosner. In the field of opera, he collaborates with Christian Gangneron, Philippe Godefroid and Simone Amouyal. In the cinema, he has been designing sets for Michel Deville's films for many years, as well as others for Roger Planchon, Roger Coggio, Marion Hänsel and Eric Heumann. His work as a visual artist can be found in various public and private collections.
(Information as of 2023)