Isabella was born in 1994 in Ticino, to parents from southern Italy.
She has always had a flair for sports and movement and discovered the world of dance at the age of 8, a discipline that she studied in various forms and places until she was 19. After graduating from high school, she left for Vancouver (Canada) to improve her English. Driven by the artistic vein cultivated in her family, in 2015 Isabella obtained a Diploma in Art and Design at The University for the Creative Arts in Farnham, England. During this experience, she also studied and explored the world of stop-motion animation, which prompted her to become increasingly interested in the origin and creation of movement. In 2016 Isabella obtained her first Diploma in Acting at The European Union Academy of Theatre and Cinema in Rome (Italy). She then returns overseas again, to Australia, where she works and takes part in a preparatory course for actors and performers at The National Theatre Drama School in Melbourne. Following this preparation, Isabella returned to Canada, to Victoria, where she attended The Canadian College of Performing Arts, graduating in 2019 in Performing Arts and enjoying the opportunity to perform in major theatres in Victoria. He then took part in the 29th edition of the Greater Victoria Shakespeare Festival.
Upon her return to Ticino, Isabella took part in several theatre, film and dubbing workshops between Switzerland and Italy, and took her first steps in a number of film projects and towards developing her own creations.
She decided to complete her studies at the Accademia Teatro Dimitri, driven by the need to find a visceral and universal language, perhaps due to her many travels, or to the various cultures she encountered along the way, or simply to the fact that she was born in a place other than that of her roots. In addition to her mother’s smile and her father’s forehead, Isabella has inherited an innate melancholy dictated by a lack that she later discovered was that of her emigrant grandparents – and then of her parents – and that she believes is linked to the insatiable desire to regain possession of her own origins.