'Papillon' a.k.a. 'The Timewriter' is none other than Jean F. Cochois, who has been around music since his birth. Both of his parents were musicians and they made sure Jean was going to be around music as well. At age 8 he was sent off to a special boarding school in Germany where he was trained in classical music until his graduation at age 17. Since his graduation, Jean has continually produced his own brand of music and has never compromised his own tastes for anyone. Before producing his first dance tracks, Jean made many contributions via musical scores, to the German theater. Some of his most successful work included "Subtonik" and "Exploding Faust," at the Freies Theater in Frankfurt Germany. Soon after a couple of successful theater ventures, Timewriter met up with the Under Cover Music Group staff and was immediately signed to two of their labels. Some of his first releases included remixes of Yell-o's "Wheel," Boy George's "Generations of Love," and Paris Red's "Get wit Me." Not too long after, Timewriter delivered his first studio album for Plastic City entitled "Letters From the Jester." Needless to say, the album was welcomed by the dance community around the world. In early 1998 Timewriter finally issued a stunning sophomore effort entitled "Jigsaw Pieces.", considered by many to be one of the best albums of the year.