Isabel Crabtree is a writer and cultural historian currently based in Brooklyn, New York. She mainly writes about music and entertainment, and her bylines can be found in Esquire, Loud & Quiet, Level, Grow Up, L'Officiel USA, Luna Collective, and Oh Reader. Isabel received a BA in Writing, Literature, and Publishing with a minor in History from Emerson College. Since then, she has worked at various publications and media companies, including Esquire, L'Officiel USA, and Knitting Factory Entertainment. Now writing on a freelance basis, Isabel can be reached via email or Twitter for professional inquiries—or if you just want to talk about books and albums.
When she's out and about, Isabel can be found walking the city streets with her headphones on, eating eggs in every form on Earth, or swimming until her hands are raisins.