Isalyn is responsible for expanding the Spoak universe 🪐✨ at the helm of marketing, brand partnerships, and biz ops. After spending two years designing and renovating an old farmhouse in the Hudson Valley, she is thrilled to bring her tech expertise from Yext and Percolate to the space she’s most passionate about.

When she's not Spoaking or renovating, you can find Isalyn museum-going, live music listening, cider sipping, cooking, or hosting friends. She can't live without her analog label maker or extensive vintage glassware collection. She's also quickly running out of wall space for art (but that won't stop her 🤭).

Isalyn studied media and women's studies at Duke University, where she and Hilah met making a Western film together. 🤠


VP, Growth & Business Operations
Working remotely from:
Hudson, NY
spoak sign:
Lyra 📀
Cultured hobbyist
Toxic Trait:
Believes London is the best city in the world (and that's coming from a born and bred New Yorker).




Sylvie II by Philippine de Richemont.

I met Phillippine a few years ago at her gallery opening on the LES and have been in love with her freeform figure paintings ever since.

Flowerpot VP3 by Verner Paton, &Tradition.

Vintage Barware from Hither Lane.

To know me is to know my vintage barware collection. These blue glasses were gifted to me by my dear friend and owner of Hither Lane. Hither Lane has a great selection of new and vintage barware and home goods — all items are ethically sourced and sustainably made!

Vintage Rugs by The Hobbit Door House.

The Hobbit Door House is my go-to source for vintage rugs that won't break the bank. They do weekly drops on their website.

Eames Molded Lounge Chair by Herman Miller.

Blue Willow Tea Plate by Churchill China.

I fell in love with blue vintage transferware china while living in London. The willow pattern is still made today. I have a particular fondness for the happy vintage accidents — where the transfer is off-center or you can see the seems in the pattern.

Marbleized Wallpaper by Beata Heuman.

Georgia O'Keeffe: Abstraction Blue Poster by MoMA Design Store.

My first creative outlet was watercolor and Georgia my celebrity crush. If you're ever on a video call with me, you'll see this poster behind me in my office.