RYAN + SAVANNAH + COVE
We are the husband and wife team behind Mint.
7 years ago, we decided to combine our skills of jewelry design and digital marketing into the adventure it has become today. Our lifestyle plays such a huge role in what Mint is - and what it will continue to grow to be:
family first. work hard. play hard. love hard.
We couldn’t do what we do, without the lovely folks below that we work with.
We want you to know them too.
She’s been with us since (almost) the very start - Vienna’s first “studio” was a corner desk in our garage (yeah, she’s a trooper). Vienna both makes pieces and manages our production team. Without her, would we run as smoothly as we do? Nope. Not a chance. When she’s not making - you can find her strapped to a snowboard or headed off to her next adventure with her doggie River. Your basic Batwoman and Robin.
A master wire wrapper - not to mention Sav’s Miyagi (that’s right, she trained Savannah in design years ago, so it’s pretty cool to have her on the team), she brings an attention to detail to our production that’s nearly unparalleled. All of the wire-wrapped pieces you love? Made by Roxanne’s own two hands. When she's not wrapping away, you can find her outside, exploring everything our amazing home has to offer here in Central Oregon.
Our beloved Kersey is quite literally, a jack of all trades. She forges, she wire wraps, she slays. If you’re out there rocking a pair of our best selling “STONE EAR CLIMBERS” - take a bow for our girl Kersey. An artist at heart, when she's not busy making your pieces - you can find her sketching away. If you can't find her, she's out getting inspiration in the great outdoors.
The voice of mint - the person who answers all your questions, makes sure the rest of us stay on schedule, and you wonderful Mint babes feel cared for. She also hand-packs every one of your orders and passes them off to our carries to be delivered to you. When she’s not making sure you’re all good to go - she’s out shredding mountain bike trails with her husband Zach and pooch Summit, in @echotheeconoline.