Jess Hannah Révész

The jewelry designer on bedtime edibles, balancing one’s brain, and why no one really needs gold.


I got into jewelry making because I was really bored in school. 

I was in college and I couldn’t afford to purchase the pieces I really liked. Instead, I got curious about the process of making it myself. So I walked into local jewelry stores in San Luis Obispo—where I went to school—and asked and asked if there was anyone I could learn from or just observe.


If you’re too stuck in one idea of what you should be, there’s no space to evolve.



Weed really helps me not have so many wheels turning extremely fast and all at the same time.