Christopher (Wood Worker) approaches design with reckless curiosity combined with careful craftsmanship and a deep respect for the physical world. He holds an MFA in sculpture from Rhode Island School of Design, and has been making things with his hands since he was a kid. He is a master of materials, including concrete, wood, leather, metal, and cast plastics. He has traveled the world making art, restoring art and building custom furniture and interiors for clients. He started Noble Goods because he believes that the best you can do is to do what you love.
Molly (Good Eye) spent her twenties working as a prop master on independent movies in New York City, while pursuing an MFA in Creative Writing and rearranging the furniture in her East Village apartment. After landing a job as a Style Editor at Martha Stewart Living magazine she realized there was a name for what she is: stylist. Since then, she has created distinctive, accessible, fantastic content for numerous magazines, catalogues and national ad campaigns. She started Noble Goods because she believes that a beautiful object, well placed, can inspire great things.