Isabel Hill is an architectural historian, urban planner, and documentary filmmaker. She has worked as an Associate City Planner for the New York City Department of City Planning, a Community Planner for the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development, and a consultant to the New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission. In addition, she is founder of an independent consulting company that specializes in reports, photographs, and documentary films about architecture and urban issues.
Passionate about the urban environment, Isabel has produced and directed two documentary films about urban issues that have been shown on public television in the United States (www.newdayfilms.com). Most recently, she has turned her attention to a younger audience, has written three books about architecture for children, and city planning.