Joy Isabella Brown (cinematography)
Collaborations with LACDC include INSECTOS: arte y vida and FINDING MEEMOO | Dance Films.
Joy Isabella Brown is a self-taught acrobat and performing artist who works to bring the underground sport “Tricking” to the forefront of movement culture. Filling in the gaps between dance, gymnastics, and martial arts, her style focuses the merging of acrobatics within contemporary dance. She switches roles often, working as both a cinematographer and performing artist out of Los Angeles. Joy joined Jacob Jonas The Company in 2017 having never danced prior and since has toured and worked on campaigns for brands that include Nike, Sony, Adidas, Under Armor, Twitter, and Spotify.
Over the course of the pandemic she partnered with the Broad Museum in Los Angeles and graphic artist Barbara Kruger to create a full length campaign inspired by Women’s Day. Her focus on dance filmmaking has led her to numerous commissions for brands such as Veuve Clicquot, Vaara Designs, and Love Watts. Her work has been featured by BET, Nowness, Visual Atelier, Love Watts, The City of West Hollywood, and Somewhere Magazine.