Isabelle Baldwin (b. 1996) was raised in western North Carolina, surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains. She received her BFA in Photography with a minor in Sustainability from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, NY. 

An advocate for animals and the environment, much of Baldwin's work celebrates the diversity of the natural world and is influenced by her upbringing in the American South.

Her project, Sleepy Time Down South was recently exhibited in the Pratt Institute Photography Gallery as well as being featured on Aint-Bad Magazine, Oxford American, Velvet Eyes, and The Photographic Journal. 

Her work can also be seen in the Catholic News Service and Alexandria Living Magazine. 

Baldwin currently resides in Washington, D.C. 



 

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