Isabella Andronos is an illustrator from Sydney. She has a Bachelor of Dramatic Arts (Design) from NIDA, a Bachelor of Visual Arts (Hons - First Class) from Sydney College of the Arts and a Certificate II in Design from the Whitehouse Institute of Design.
In 2014 she created costume illustrations for the Asian Football Cup Opening Ceremony in Melbourne. Her work was also included in the Costume Design at the Turn of the Century 1990 - 2015 exhibition at the Bakhrushin State Central Theatre Museum, Russia. She has exhibited her work at the 2014 Prague Quadrennial of Performance Space and Design, Laneway Festival 2012, Perth Festival, 107 Projects, Archive Space, Monstrosity Gallery, Gallery Eight, G3 Gallery and Brunswick Street Gallery. She has had her work published in Voiceworks (Habits #96, Technicolour #83) and Tristesse Engraved.
In 2014 Isabella won the Australian Production Design Guild Award for Emerging Live Performance Design for her work on The Greeks (dir. John Sheedy). She was also nominated in this category for her work on Fewer Emergencies (dir. Susanna Dowling). Earlier in 2014 Isabella was awarded the William Fletcher Foundation Tertiary Grant. in 2011 Isabella won the People's Choice Award at Verge Gallery PALM Awards.
She is a member of the Society of Children's Books Writers and Illustrators.