Isabel is a writer, producer & actor. Her short film FOR MARTA, which she wrote, starred in & produced was screened at the Bucharest Film Awards, the New York Short Film Festival, the Katra Film Series & the Lighthouse International Film Festival.
As an actor, Isabel began her career at the Royal Court Theater in London. Following that she made her West End debut in THE CHILDREN’S HOUR, which was directed by Ian Rickson and which starred Keira Knightley, Elisabeth Moss, Ellen Burstyn, Tobias Menzies and Carol Kane. She has acted at the Steppenwolf Theater, Goodman Theater, Writers Theatre & TimeLine Theatre in Chicago. She’s appeared in CHICAGO FIRE, and a short film by Stephen Cone. She’s currently filming VIGNETTES OF HELL, a forth-coming horror film, preparing to play Stella Kowalski in a new production of Tennessee Williams’ “A Streetcar Named Desire” which features a genderqueer actor in the iconic role of Blanche DuBois, and writing her first feature film, LOUD & LONGING.
Born & raised in the mountains of Colorado, Isabel is a graduate of the Guildhall School of Music & Drama in London.