Writer | Photographer
Isabella Marie Garcia (b. 1997), or Isa, as she prefers to be called, lives in her native swampland of South Florida. She received her BA from Florida International University in 2019 and divides her time between working at LnS Gallery, a contemporary art gallery in Coconut Grove, as an associate / artist liaison and as a freelance writer for The Miami New Times. Aside from her professional commitments, Isa develops and prints both color and black and white film photography and has exhibited in two student-run exhibitions at FIU, along with writing creatively whenever she can and creating graphics for various Miami-based organizations. She’s heavily interested in work that challenges gender ideals, female sexuality, and brings taboo subjects up to the surface and hopes that her work, whether it be through written, visual, or spoken word, can help challenge even just one individual to see how important intersectionality is within our world and one’s own local community. More information on her work can be found anywhere through @isamxrie. 
Photo by Steph Estrada