Isabella Ståhl is a Swedish photographer, currently based in Stockholm and Järvsö.
She was born in northern Sweden in 1984, and left home at 15 to study photography in Stockholm. She has since lived in Barcelona, Berlin, Oslo and latest New York, where she graduated from the International Center of Photography in 2013.
Raised and born in the Swedish countryside, animals, wilderness and nature has naturally come to be an interest and important part of Isabella Ståhl's photography.
Isabella's work has been published in several online and print publications including New York Magazine, GUP Magazine, Of the Afternoon, Burn Magazine, Somewhere Magazine and Lensscratch. Her work is exhibited at galleries such as The Museum of Photography in Stockholm, Kasher|Potamkin Gallery in New York, Photoville in Brooklyn and Menier Gallery in London.
Isabella works as an artist and freelance photographer with different editorial and documentary assignments.
She just released her new project In the Shadow of Dusk, a story about the urbanization and decay of the farming community in northern Sweden.