Isabel is a freelance director, producer, & editor based out of Boston & New York. A graduate of Sarah Lawrence College, her work spans a variety of genres and mediums, including documentary, narrative, music video and photography. Her directing thesis, “Convenience: A Triptych Film," premiered as an official selection of the 2016 Sidewalk Film Festival. Isabel also received a certificate in directing from the Academy Preparation Program at the Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts (FAMU) in Prague. Since graduating, she has lived in both New York & Boston, producing & editing for various clients, including: Al Jazeera English, Massachusetts Department of Mental Health, One Day On Earth, Saks Fifth Avenue, The Financial Times, Reebok, and Michael Hill. Isabel also worked at AOL/The Huffington Post media group as a Production Coordinator, where she produced a multimedia Times Square billboard display for the Hetrick Martin Institute’s annual LGBTQ rights campaign. Since leaving New York, Isabel has traveled cross country, using analog photography & video to document the complicated identity of the United States. She also recently directed a music video for indie pop artist Sad13; the consent-themed clip for “Get A Yes” premiered on Pitchfork TV and was written up in Spin, DIY and Out Magazines. Currently, Isabel is working on a short documentary about the closing of lesbian bars around the country and the socioeconomic & cultural factors that have contributed to the disappearance of these treasured community spaces.
Profile Type: Artist