Isla is a documentary filmmaker, creative producer and visual artist. Isla has worked for a diverse variety of creative industries; from programming film festival Sheffield Doc/Fest, writing articles for The Guardian to producing audio installations for London’s Science Museum.
She has developed several international documentary films on subjects ranging from religious tolerance in Sierra Leone, the Danish UN General Secretary, child illiteracy and pub closures in rural parts of the UK. Isla's experience developing and investigating real human stories indicates her humanistic and collaborative approach to projects. Having been awarded funding in the UK and Denmark, her filmmaking focuses on mental health, youth culture, LGBT gender identity and human rights issues.
MA in Visual Design, The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Art, Architecture & Design.
First Class Honours degree in English Literature, University of Sheffield.