"Isabella Stahl's photographs are full of haunting gestures and crepuscular light. The moments she captures seem simultaneously magical and strangely familiar, exploring nostalgia and the longing to make sense of the present through returning to the places one has left behind. Much of her work is set in the small town where she grew up in northern Sweden, a place where the mist is almost tactile and dawn light falls like curtains through the trees. The images are reminiscent of a fairytale, yet there is a feeling of solitude, of being held at a distance." Ballad of... Magazine.