Born in 1995 in Bamenda Cameroon, Ndoumbe Samuel Armand Jerome discovered art at a very tender age. He obtains his GCE Advanced level in 2013 and furthers his studies in Journalism and Mass Communication in the University of Buea, Cameroon. Unfortunately, He is forced to drop out of school in 2017 due to the ongoing crisis in the anglophone region of the country and moves to Douala to live with the rest of his family. He progressively regains love in drawing, decides to train himself and perfect his art skills after discovering amazing artists on Instagram such as Arinze Stanley, Enam Bosokah, Boris Anje, just to name a few. With the support of his friends and family, He is given an opportunity by a great Cameroonian artist, Mr. Elolongue Weti, to exhibit in a group show at the Douala Maritime Museum in 2021. His works are centered around multiculturalism, feminism, and Identity. He presently lives and works in Douala.