photographer, filmmaker, storyteller, environmentalist, explorer
Isabelle La Motte was raised in the Catskill mountains of New York and educated in the Green Mountains of Vermont. These days, you can find her cooking oatmeal out of the back of her 4Runner in some mountain range of the west.
She was first introduced to photography at the age of twelve after inheriting her grandfather's collection of 35mm Olympus cameras. Little did she know, this gift would become the tool with which she sees the world. Through still photography and documentary film, she aims to showcase the beauty of the natural world and highlight the ways in which humans interact with their surrounding environments. She hopes to encourage those who have not yet begun to fight for nature's preservation to do so and that those who have already embarked on this journey are further energized by her images.
As you may have gathered, Isabelle is most often found in the mountains, sometimes by the ocean, and rarely in a city. If you see her in your travels don't hesitate to say hello!
Project Sponsors National Geographic, Black Diamond, DPS, Dagger Kayaks, Sea to Summit, Skida, Watershed Drybags, Sawyer Products, Darn Tough, Glen Canyon Institute, BlueWater Ropes, Topricin, Huppybar, Ski The East, SAP! Maple, Powe. Snowbaords, Vermont Peanut Butter
Living on the road somewhere. Check back later for a permanent address (maybe).