Our Makers

We are proud to work with the very best designers and artisans in the world. Our makers are leaders in their field, passionate about what they do and committed to creating beautiful meaningful products. From New Zealand to Japan, Sedona to Los Angeles these are the people that make Bodha special.

 
Jamie McLellan, New Zealand

Jamie McLellan, New Zealand

Jamie McLellan, Product Designer

Jamie McLellan is an acclaimed product and furniture designer known for his strong sculptural silhouettes and dedication to creating purposeful products.

From his New Zealand based studio Jamie works with a diverse range of cutting-edge international brands including Allbirds, Tom Dixon and Drikolor.

When we first approached Jamie to develop the Ritual Oil Diffuser he'd never heard of, let alone used one. After two years of sketching and samples he developed a design unlike any other. Elegant & refined, humble & innovative it's now a staple part of his daily studio ritual.

Gidon Bing, New Zealand

Gidon Bing, New Zealand

Gidon Bing, Sculptor

Gidon Bing is a sculptor working with ceramic, wood and metal. Inspired by primitive forms and organic materials he crafts using traditional techniques honed over years of training with artisans around the world. 

Working from a converted boat-shed on Auckland's waterfront Gidon hand-casts and glazes our Ritual Oil Diffusers. Every piece he makes has a timeless quality that elevates any space.

Sharon Falsetto, Sedona

Sharon Falsetto, Sedona

Sharon Falsetto, Aromatherapist

Sharon is a certified clinical aromatherapist and board member of the National Association for Holistic Aromatherapy

A leader in her field she runs her own aromatherapy practise, teaches and is the published author of the popular 'Authentic Aromatherapy'.   

Sharon is based in Sedona, Arizona a world-renowned centre of spiritual energy vortexes.

 
 
Nousaku, Japan

Nousaku, Japan

Nousaku, Metal Casting

Based in the historical metal-working centre of Japan, Nousaku began bronze casting Buddhist altar fittings in 1916. 

Over the years they have won numerous awards for their advanced casting and refined finishing techniques that blend traditional & modern methods.

The deceptively simple design of our Ritual Incense Holder involves multiple steps and is cast from Japanese brass. Together with a father & son team they are also working to keeping metal-colouring techniques from the Samurai period alive with our Black Brass and Golden Brass holders.