Hola! My name is Isabel and I work bringing simplicity to complex brands.


I am a creative director currently working on Media and Philanthropy projects at Bloomberg Studio in New York. I have previously worked at BBC Worldwide, Universal Music and Ogilvy.

Before all that, I earned a masters at Central Saint Martins and a bachelors in Media Studies at Universidad San Pablo CEU in Madrid. Lately, I have been studying how to bring creative and design thinking closer to the boardroom at the Yale School of Management. 

I am also an artist, who uses photography, graphic and moving image to reflect on all the crazy stuff happening in modern times. You can check out some of my other work on my blog. Or follow my research on design for money, politics and religion here.

I am also always interested in speaking, judging or networking opportunities - if any of this is interesting to you, let's chat!



My work, somewhere else. 
Nice things people say about me.



IHAF Agency of the Year — Winner 2018

IHAF Awards — Gold, ‘on a shoestring’ category
Project: Bloomberg Quicktake

IHAF Awards — Silver, publications, B2C
Project: The Lost City of London newspaper

IHAF Awards — Special Mention, logos, corporate communications
Project: Bloomberg London inaugural mark

AIGA x Yale School of Management
Business Perspectives for Creative Leaders

Creative Pool Annual 2018 — Winner, publishing, companies
Project: 'The Lost City of London' newspaper, for London Mithraeum

Global ACE Awards 2018 — Winner, Demand Enablement
Project: 'The Future Lives Here'

Smithsonian Cooper Hewitt Teen Design Fair
Proud Mentor



Acess+Ability at Smithsonian Cooper Hewitt
Panelist: Accesible Design Today

Creative Pool Annual 2017 — Winner, graphic category.
Project: Bloomberg Graphic Deckchairs.

Inhouse Design Awards 2017
Proud judge.

La Ciudad Ligera 2017
An exhibition by Madrid Gráfica at Matadero de Madrid



115 fotógrafas españolas con mucho arte.
Not another fashion blog

Fitzrovia Gallery artist roster.

Veronica Rudge-Green Prize in Urban Design
Madrid Rio, photographed by the Harvard School of Graduate Design.