While studying biochemistry, Cédric Ginart feel in love with scientific glassblowing, he decided to took a course in scientific glassblowing at the lycée Dorian (Paris, France), from which he graduated in 1995 , he moved to Quebec a year later.
Over the years, he has worked with scientists, artists, industrialists, designers and architects on experimental projects, on creating unique artwork and prototypes as well as limited-run series and art installations.
Frequently on exhibit, his artwork is part of private and museum collections, such as the Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery (Waterloo, Ont), Niijima Glass museum (Japan). He periodically showcases hand torch glassblowing techniques in festivals and events in Canada and the United States.
Cédric currently Works at Montreal University (Qc) as a scientific glassblower, while pursuing a widely-recognized artistic career. he teaches torch glassblowing at Espace Verre (QC) and regularly at the Corning Museum of Glass Studio (NY) he has been invited to teach at Pillchuck Glass School (WA), Niijima Glass Museum (Japan) and Pittsburg Glass Center (PA).