Jonathan Goldstein was born in El Salvador and raised in New York City. He studied traditional design and production for two years in Kyoto, Japan. He then graduated from Parsons the New School for Design, in New York City, where he studied men's wear and garment construction.
After Parsons he interned for Robert Geller, Bliss Lau, and OAK. He is now running his jewelry company BEVEL
Jonathan finds inspiration in history, culture, and the art that is abundant in the city. His design always has a story behind it, always with a nod to the dark. His motto is, “dark things breed bright ideas”.
Joanthan says, "I love stuff. Designing and making aesthetically pleasing shapes is my passion. I value quality, sustainability, and authenticity. One can expect these qualities from any product you buy from BEVEL"