EMILY ISAACSON (1975- )
Emily Isaacson began creating photography exhibits in 2004, and was inducted into Professional Photographers of British Columbia (PPABC) in 2009 and Cambridge Who's Who in 2011. Isaacson specializes in analog photography in both color and black & white. Her yearly exhibits since 2005 are all viewed online through our exhibitions page.
Emily Isaacson was born in Windsor, Ontario and grew up in Victoria, B.C. Canada. She was educated at Bastyr University in Seattle, and is now international nutritionist, humanitarian, and director of The Wild Lily Institute in the Fraser Valley of British Columbia. Isaacson is a Canadian poet and author with 13 books published. She participates actively in the arts. She served on the Mission Arts Council board of directors for three years, and is a member of the Fraser Valley Poets Society and the Abbotsford Arts Council.
Emily Isaacson’s classic photography depicts the countryside and landscapes of the Fraser Valley and rural British Columbia. Her book spanning her portfolio of four years, released as a second edition in 2015, is entitled Voetelle. She can usually be found out in the open field or roadsides of the world doing a photo shoot.
The gallery was founded in 2005, now known as Clay Road to exhibit Emily's art, and scenic landscape photography. Isaacson enjoys the grain of natural, non-computer enhanced analog art medium, and was once found walking barefoot in the snow to capture a better photograph. Voetelle Art & Design multi-media sites for the Wild Lily Institute have gathered more than 1,000,000 visits from over 45 countries. Voetelle is truly the art behind the Institute.
Isaacson's select poetry in eleven books is available to purchase at the Wild Lily Institute bookstore.