our mission:
a stigmatized
Like father,
like son
When our founder, Jon Ferry, was a child, his father showed him an articulated mouse skeleton that he had assembled as a child. This sparked a lifetime curiosity in the study of osteology. Supported by both parents — one in business and the other in design — Jon was inspired to carve his own niche in the industry.
A different way
of thinking
An industry
wide facelift
When Jon first entered the field, he noticed that the commercial bone industry was strongly associated with the concept of death, was often considered taboo, and was usually portrayed in a dark, gothic aesthetic. Rather than feeding into all the stigmas and tropes, Jon has worked hard to dust away the cobwebs and give these pieces a second life in his own unique way.
Bones are sought after and collected for a variety of reasons, from educational purposes to artistic references. We at JonsBones recognize that not everyone has the same access to museums, medical collections, or artifacts that explain and cultivate the science behind bones. The ability to study skeletal remains is often thought of as being one exclusive to those in labs or historical professions, but JonsBones strives to make this information accessible to all.
Educate &
We aim to provide the most accurate and thorough information for our clients. We work with osteological specialists to categorize our pieces and photographers to capture detailed and accurate images for our catalog. Finally, we actively bridge the gap between the anthropological community and the general public to make osteology more approachable. 
Based in
New York City
Following in the tradition of previous osteological supply companies, JonsBones is proud to call New York City home. As a hub for education, design, and research, New York City is a natural fit for JonsBones.
Jon Pichaya Ferry
President & CEO

Jon Ferry is the founder and CEO of Jonsbones. He is a product designer with an education from Parsons School of Design. He began his journey into osteology through animal articulations and has since gained expertise in human osteology. Beginning as a private collector, he is now one of the pre-eminent bone distributors in the United States. Dedicated to education and destigmatization, Jon views the human skeleton as nature’s perfect machine, and the source of endless knowledge and inspiration for designing products, teaching future doctors and artists, and educating the every-day person.

Jaytel Provence
Chief Creative Officer

Jaytel Provence is a Graphic Designer with six years of experience working alongside a plethora of companies ranging from non-profits to e-commerce stores. Jaytel specializes in web design/development and is responsible for building and maintaining a cohesive visual identity for JonsBones.

Persephone Bennett
Communications Director

Persephone is a fashion designer by day and copywriter by night. With a degree in Apparel Design from the Rhode Island School of Design and a lifelong passion for writing, she is in charge of all written content at JonsBones.


Rhiannon has a B.A. in Anthropology from the University of Tennessee, where they were trained in human osteology, forensic anthropology, zooarchaeology, and paleopathology. They have experience working with osteology in institutional collections as well as scholarly projects relating to NAGPRA and historic cemeteries. Using photographs, they estimate the biological profile of our remains using non-metric traits found in the methods of Anthropologists such as Hefner, Meindl, Lovejoy, and Ubelaker. They also assess pathology, taphonomic damage and trauma if present.

Leia Huddleston

Leia Huddleston is a graphic designer and illustrator. She is a senior at Clay High School and attends the graphic design Career and Technical Education program. She works with Jon to create cute and welcoming characters to reshape others’ perspectives on the bone trade.

Jaymo Deutsch
International Relations

Jaymo is a Business Administration student in Germany and is responsible for international relations. He assists with shipment coordination for the Literature department. During his time in New York, he was Jon’s personal assistant, spending many late hours filling orders and running to the post office. He is inspired by the work and effort that goes into JonsBones. Despite some long nights, he enjoys working with the team to provide education and resources about bones to the public.

Alana Campbell
Lead Photographer

Alana Campbell is a New York/Houston based photographer who specializes in fashion and fine arts photography. She also enjoys working in sculpture, video, and creating craft-based projects. As a former professional dancer, she applies her knowledge of the structure of the human body to all of her work.

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