Dedicating years on Madison Avenue to refine his skills, Geoffrey created and restored jewelry for celebrated firms and institutions such as Cartier®, Fred Leighton®, Verdura®, Taffin®, Christie's®, Sotheby's® & The Metropolitan Museum of Art® before founding his own workshop.
Geoffrey's eclectic aesthetic fuses rebellious creativity with unbridled artistry and unparalleled craftsmanship. He is the rare designer-craftsman with the ability to personally execute his vision. An enthusiasm for new ideas is balanced by respect for the past and the legacy of his training.
Geoffrey has been featured in publications such as Vogue, W, InStyle, Cosmopolitan, Dwell, Self, Lucky, Worth, Surface, WWD, Martha Stewart Weddings, Robb Report, American Craft, Refinery29, and The New York Times. Other credits include celebrity commissions for Grammy™ and Academy Awards™, and runway accessories and hardware development for fashion designers such as Alexander Wang.
This history both informs and defines Geoffrey's work-- visionary artistry combined with impeccable skills, and a refusal to compromise. At Geoffrey Good, the forgotten art of small-scale jewelry fabrication is reinvented.