There is a beginning to every journey...
Camisha Jackson, a Seattle, Washington-based artist and jewelry designer, began her journey working as a 3D graphic artist for a local company while in college. Camisha decided to create some personal jewelry pieces for her birthday after not finding any jewelry on the market that complimented her personality or style..
She then decided to create her own although she had no experience making jewelry before. These early jewelry pieces were effortlessly beautiful and soon became the center of attraction with continuous purchasing proposals.
About a month into making more jewelry, a representative from the Smithsonian Institute of National Museum of African American History and Culture contacted her to create 4000 jewelry pieces for their grand opening celebration. Receiving such a large order at the beginning guaranteed higher demand for her unique jewelry. As orders quickly increased for her jewelry she eventually made the decision to leave her job as a video game artist to establish Lunaversoul, her jewelry-making business in 2007.
Over the years, it has grown to become one of the most unique brands for innovative handmade jewelry pieces.
Lunaversoul did not become the brand it is today overnight, but it was a journey filled with passion and conviction to create innovative designs.
Since then, her jewelry has gone on to be featured in high fashion magazines and on fashion runways while winning awards along the way.
Camisha creates jewelry that is modern, authentic, unique, boldly fierce and empowers others to see themselves as the shining star of their story.
She is self-taught and naturally creative jewelry designer and artist.
Her design process is truly inspired in motivating and inspiring everyone to look and feel beautiful and embrace their true selves. She often gets inspiration from music or her emotions and feelings in the moment while creating something new.
In addition, she draws inspiration from environmental elements of the world around her, and persistently works hard to influence others with her work.
Her artistic design process is more abstract and she continuously draws her inspiration from nature, architecture, and culture. Often characterized by a spirit of experimentation, her design emerges later in the process as a beautiful result of her exploration. She works hard to produce classic and accessible designs for all types of clients.
Camisha Jackson’s jewelry has been featured in King 5 Evening News,
the runway of New York Fashion Week, and featured in several other fashion weeks as well. She has created custom jewelry pieces for Grammy Award-winning celebrity artist Erykah Badu and Jidenna. Her jewelry has made a major appearance on NBC's television show The Biggest Loser, and in magazines like 425, Forbes, Essence, and Vogue.
Lunaversoul is the ideal destination of bold, soulful, and eclectic statement pieces.
People are different and express themselves through their unique personalities.
It is a natural desire for people to have their special jewelry pieces to express their individuality along with complementing their style and personality.
At Lunaversoul, you will have unique handmade jewelry as stunning and special as you are.
We offer a wide range of earrings, bracelets, cuffs, and other accessories.
With vivid colors, clean designs, and rich texture, our jewelry pieces will surely turn heads along with adding a wow factor to a favorite outfit. There is something special for everyone at Lunaversoul.
Erykah Badu says:
I call it...Pretty lil Computer... My new Quartz freaqs, Love your work
Nappy Chronicles says:
All I can say is I have never in my life ever opened a gift that made me feel the way I felt when I opened the golden box. My eyes lit up in amazement. It's sooooooooo Beautiful.... Just my Style... as if it was made for me (which it was and wow, I didn't expect to open a box with such a treasure... Not too much and not too little, Perfect in every way. I want to try it on, but right now I'll just look at it because it looks like something that should be in a museum... in a glass... carefully guarded but for the world to see. A taylored creation of another creation, your work