A man with tenacity, confidence, an entrepreneurial spirit, and a distinct point of view when it comes to holistic beauty and wellness. Men that our founder, Jena Covello, admire most.
Melbourne, Australia-based ceramic artist Jake Clark looks to the zeitgeist to inform his aesthetic. With a focus on both trendy and timeless logos like Lucky Charms, The Beverly Hills Hotel, and even Pocky, Jake is inspired by contemporary culture. Crafting ceramic sculptures and large-scale urns, his objet d’art serves as a physical snapshot of our time.
Name: Jake Clark
Daily uniform: T-shirt, track pants, socks, and Birkenstocks
AM ritual: I take my dog to the park around 8 am, then breakfast, and I get to the studio around 9ish.
PM wind down: I make dinner and put a show on to watch.
Feel-good song: 23 by Burna Boy.
A mistake you’ve learned from: My biggest mistake is that I don’t always learn from my mistakes, which is something I am continually working on!
To your younger self: I’m really happy where my life has lead me to today, so I guess my only message to my younger self would be to keep going!
A wellness expert who has significantly helped you: My wife Bonnie is a nutritionist and she has helped out a lot. Especially with cutting down the sweets and fast food.
Favorite wellness/beauty book: The Tibetan Book of Living and Dying by Sogyal Rinpoche is my all-time favorite.
Go-to stress remedy: Steam room for a sweat, followed by a swim in the ocean.
Supplements you can’t live without: Zinc, which I take everyday and N-acetyl Cysteine in the mornings.
Three things you’re really into right now: My work, cooking, and my family.
Your ultimate indulgence: The omakase at Sushi Park in Los Angeles is my all-time favorite.