Isabel Miranda is a Boston-based artist who grew up in South America, South-East Asia and Southern Africa. Growing up aboard influenced her interest in street photography and documentary filmmaking, where she explores topics such as spirituality, music and identity.
Isabel’s photography is inspired by Saul Leiter, Ernst Haas, Joseph Koudelka and Mary Ellen Mark. Her past projects Downtown Crossing (DTX) and La Plaza focused on connecting with the diverse community that surrounded her in Boston, MA and Santa Fe, NM. She recently completed a photobook, One-Way Mirror which is her visual journal for the 2020-2021 pandemic year in Boston.
She is a recipient of the 2019 Emerging Photographer Scholarship for the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops and exhibited her work at the Aurora Gallery in Worcester, MA, the Bromfield Gallery in Boston, MA and the 2022 Women Street Photographers exhibition at Artspace PS109 in New York City.
Her short film José was selected and screened in the 2020 Online New England Film Festival and the Emerson College 2020 It’s All True Documentary Festival. She holds a B.A. in Geography and Studio Art from Clark University and is currently pursuing an MFA in Film and Media Art at Emerson College.
For more information on Isabel's work or to chat more please feel free to contact her.