Isabelle is a director for film and television.
Her shorts include Three Women Wait For Death, which won the Chris Collins Best of Live Action Award at the Encounters Film Festival and was long-listed for the Best British Short Film BAFTA 2017.
For TV she directed the opening block of the SKY drama series The Athena and other credits include Shetland for BBC One.
'A caravan set tour-de-farce involving a frazzled female trio’s frenzied search for acceptance, love, parity, and…a cupboard full of cash' Celine Haddad, Creative England on Three Women Wait for Death
New teen drama about an ex-model following her dreams of becoming a fashion designer.
BBC one-off drama based on Sathnam Sanghera's hit autobiography.
Director & Creator
Wry and witty original drama about the modern British workplace.
Original comedy drama about a woman in her 30s who is life-coached by her teenage self when her life starts falling apart.
Original feature in development.
15-year-old Grace has to protect her brilliant, bi-polar mother from the tricky truth that their house is about to fall into the sea.
A darkly funny rites of passage story about a stubborn twentysomething and her even more stubborn grandmother. In development with the Edinburgh International Film Festival's Connections programme.
Miranda and her adult-ish daughters, Hester and Rose, are crammed in a rotting little caravan to be near their irascible Gramps in his final days. They love him but his care bills are mounting and when they discover that he’s hidden his savings and doesn’t remember where... they could bloody kill him.
Developed and funded through Creative England's iShorts+ FUNNY GIRLS, in association with BigTalk and Babycow Productions.
A short comedy musical about embracing your imperfections.