Issy Stephens


I am a queer artist, researcher and writer working predominantly in diversity and inclusivity issues.

My work has ranged from academic articles for D&I companies, to collaborative audio and visual community projects.

I am a big believer in merging the arts and sciences to find innovative new ways of approaching equality issues, particularly at a grass roots level.

After having completed my BA (Hons) in Film at Falmouth University, I moved to study an MSc in Contemporary Identities at University of Bristol. Here I specialised particularly in qualitative research methods, gender and intersectional thought.

My passion is matching creativity with technical, political and theoretical knowledge to produce meaningful and accessible work that can create positive change.

Outside of work, I love going out for coffee and cake, watching live music, swimming, and generally being in nature.

I have a wide range of work experience and am always keen to work with new people and learn together.