After practicing law for 6 years in Philadelphia, Craig founded custom clothing brand Commonwealth Proper in 2008, which has grown to numerous private showrooms around the country. He's been featured in the Wall St. Journal, Esquire, GQ and The Robb Report. In 2018 he took a business course through the Goldman Sachs 10KSB Program that allowed him to dive deep into the global fashion supply chain to uncover the myriad of issues related to the traditional model, including environmental and labor issues. After additional study at MIT in sustainability, he set out to create his own fabric, transparent supply chain and business model focused on true sustainability and positive social and environmental impacts.
Josh grew up in the mountains of Ojai, CA where he developed a great appreciation for nature and the outdoors. He spent five years living on ships in the Caribbean teaching Scuba diving before returning to the states for college at UC Santa Barbara. He lived in San Francisco for 20 years working in finance and is now a seasoned CFO of VC backed startups. At the beginning of the pandemic, he moved out of the city and now resides on 4 acres of coastal redwoods in West Sonoma County CA, where he is able to continue to appreciate the beauty of nature and reflect on the importance of sustainability and green practices.
Russ Roe, Co-Founder & Videographer
Russ is an east coast-based film director who grew up on the Jersey shore. He has a passion for the ocean and conservation to keep the waters he grew up in clean and safe.
Jack Miller, Textile Expert
Jack Miller is a long-time member of the US Textile industry, with a focus on sustainable practices, fibers, and fabrics. With over 30 years experience, he has seen quite a shift in the US textile and apparel industry. Those changes have opened great opportunities for truly transparent domestic supply chains. A graduate of Clemson University, Jack lives in Greenville, SC, a city once proudly claiming the title “Textile Capital of the World”.