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Memoky was born out of our existential commitment to art & design.
Created by a team of artists who are committed to making it accessible and
affordable. We will always hand select the highest quality products crafted from the
finest materials from factories that share our commitment to accessible art & design.
Social Media Manager
I was a Texas gal who got caught up in a whirlwind of a soccer scholarship and landed in Chicago. Writing poetry and self-publishing left me stranded somehow in Greenpoint. I’m obsessed with small thing – phrases, kittens, well-cut stones, bits of string. Memoky for me is a place to browse antique-style hurricanes, and working with a bunch of geniuses at folding paper airplanes.
Lead Graphic Designer
First love was Duran Duran. Second was Lichtenstein. After becoming an Art History student at NYU, I moved from Lichtenstein to George Nelson, and I never looked back. New York is saturated with what I love. Bright colors, plastic, and steel. Also my shih-tzu Diana.
Florida native, moved to Georgia where I failed at becoming a career folksinger. Once upon a midnight dreary, I relocated to New York City to write plays. Now I write for a team of cut-ups in our cozy Manhattan office. Furniture-wise, I’m a Platner enthusiast. Otherwise, I like jazz records that focus on modal scales and bass ostinatos.
I went from Montana to San Francisco to New York. I grew up in an entrepreneurial family. My father had a handcrafted furniture business, so I inherited a love for antiques and timber. Attending a small design school in the Bay Area left me with a desire to work with start-ups as well as an encyclopedic knowledge of modern décor. I’m a cinephile on the weekends. Werner Herzog never did me wrong.
Director of Marketing
Although originally from New Jersey, life as I recall it began when I studied architecture at RWTH Aachen. I completed a close study of Bauhaus furnishings, and have been collecting and selling original German furniture in New York since, adding an MBA from Columbia along the way. When I allow myself free time, I split my weekends between the parks and the village, pursuing my dream of becoming a chess master. But that, as they say, is another story.