About Foxy Fossils
Founder - Finder - Designer
Casey earned her Bachelor's & Master's at the University of Georgia and is a certified speech-language pathologist. Having studied a great deal of anatomy and physiology, Casey began recognizing similarities between human anatomy and fossils she was finding (e.g. palates, vertebrae, dentition). Her natural interest in science and nature inspired her to learn more about specific fossils and the species that once roamed the Lowcountry. She joined the Palmetto Paleontological Society and has donated hundreds of fossils to local schools and events.
Photography - Maker- Design
Sandra is a crucial pair of hands and eyes behind Foxy Fossils jewelry designs. Her keen sense of design aesthetics and elegant yet natural/coastal style has been instrumental in bringing Foxy Fossils to a new level of ocean-inspired jewelry.
Sandra earned her Master's degree in Business and Design from a prominent university in Sweden. She oversees product quality which includes intricate selection of quality raw materials, creating & editing organic yet modern styled pieces, material and design problem solving, and ensuring proper assembly and composure of each design. She is also a key contributor in product photography, branding/styling, and business ideas. Sandra is forever a beach lover and treasure collector!
Photography - Branding - Design
Foxy Fossils is a proud member of Lowcountry Local First!
Fossils found and collected by Foxy Fossils for use in handcrafting original artisan jewelry are hunted on private land spots with permission from land owners and collecting does not disrupt the natural archaeological framework of the sites hunted. Fossils are found on land surfaces and are collected by hand. Foxy Fossils holds her Hobby Diver License for the state of South Carolina and reports any (if any) submerged paleontological findings to the South Carolina Museum Commission on a quarterly basis in accordance with the South Carolina Underwater Antiquities Act of 1991.