Born in Biot, I became creative in glass blown by love. Moreover, a love story is often the source of a success. Whether it is love for a subject, a place or a person. For example, Eloi Monod (founder of Verrerie de Biot) was in love with Lucette Augé-Laribé, daughter of a famous potter of Biot; He had the idea of making rustic glasses to accompany table services. This became the basis for the origin of the famous biot glass with bubbles. I fell in love with Jean-Claude Novaro who worked in this glassworks where I was executive secretary and, in 1977, we built the Novaro workshop, place essentially turned towards the single piece. Sharing Jean-Claude Novaro's imaginative imagination, exchanging our ideas of creations combined with his dexterity of execution, was invigorating. During our separation in 1982, I kept the workshop and helped two accomplished glassmakers, threw my own designs, both in the decorative glassware and the unique piece. My research was mainly focused on the harmony of colors and the femininity of forms. 30 years of passion for this rare profession followed, crowned with success. I also invested in the tourism sector of my village to make it more and more known. Biot shines with all the arts that animate it: jewelery, glassware, ceramics, painting, gastronomy, sculpture, etc .... This town is an incredible artistic wealth! Later, in the 1990s, Nicolas Laty and Léa (the girl I had with Jean-Claude NOVARO) met. Which led Nicolas to attend our workshops, take interest in glass, learn the job on the job, and quickly find a very particular style, rather directed to the animal world and comics. Today, he is a recognized and appreciated glassmaker. Thus, I have the impression of having passed on the passion for this extraordinary profession.