Isabel Sangro is a Spanish photographer born in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Growing up across the Middle East, Africa, and Europe, she considers herself both an outsider and an insider in Spain. From a young age, she felt the need to capture her memories through images to carry them with her to the next destination. In 2017, she settled permanently in Madrid. The overarching theme of her work is uprootedness and identity. Interested in human behaviour, she normally works with a relatively wide-angle lens, which allows her to get close to her subjects.
She studied professional photography at the EFTI International Center and holds a Master's degree in Film Criticism from the ECAM Cinematography and Audiovisual School. After working with the multi-award-winning photographer Isabel Muñoz, she became the gallery manager of Leica's premier flagship store in Spain. She is part of the first virtual exhibition in NFT format within PhotoEspaña, the International Festival of Photography and Visual Arts, which constituted a pioneering project in contemporary Spanish photography. 
Winner of the 2024/25 Master PHotoEspaña scholarship.