Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert


"Glass is totally fascinating as a hot element, which moves and gives off light, with no other source than itself."

Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert (born in 1980 in Paris, where he lives and works) is a Franco-American craftsman who has spent over twenty years perfecting freehand glass-blowing techniques that he learned during a cosmopolitan apprenticeship between the United States and Europe from 1998 to 2007. That year, he settled in Paris, where he divided his time between work in studios and participation in residencies, workshops and conferences. In 2015, within a historic fine artisans’ district in Paris, he opened the studio where he produces all of his creations.

Mixing passion, creativity, know-how and collaboration within a team in which transmission plays a decisive role, Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert’s creations are all freehand-blown, without a mold. Elegant, sensual, often colorful and always luminous, they combine tradition, modernity and anticipation, and remain inhabited by the movement that formed them. In all their radiance, these unique works reflect multiple facets of glass and brass and their creative potential, drawing from creative freedom, the time to experiment, and a forward-looking inventiveness developed in a spirit of independence and boldness.

  • Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert, Matter Gris 16, 2020
    Matter Gris 16, 2020
  • Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert, Gamma, 2021
    Gamma, 2021
  • Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert, Gamma, 2021
    Gamma, 2021
  • Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert, Pixel, 2021
    Pixel, 2021