Originally from Acworth, Georgia, Isabelle first moved to Louisiana to attend LSU in Baton Rouge. She graduated in 2017 with a Bachelor of Architect and minors in Architectural History and Heritage Conservation. Isabelle has previously worked at the Preservation Resource Center on Operation Comeback, to rehabilitate homes in the Holy Cross neighborhood of New Orleans, and at the Louisiana State Historic Preservation Office, to document Mid-Century Modern buildings in Baton Rouge. She joined the Campo team in 2017 as an Architectural Designer and is working towards her architectural license. She works on historic tax credits and adaptive reuse projects. Isabelle is a mid-century modern enthusiast. She is also a fan of pugs and telenovelas.