Isabella Summers

Isabella “The Machine” Summers is an English Emmy-nominated film Composer, songwriter/producer and musician.  She is best known as the architect of the sound of the 6x Grammy nominated indie rock band Florence and the Machine and spent 14 years writing, producing, touring, and composing her cinematic sound before making the jump from pop music to composing for film and television.

After her official introduction to scoring via Sam Levinson’s Assassination Nation, Summers earned an Emmy nomination for her work on Liz Tigelaar’s Hulu Series Little Fires Everywhere and went on score 60+ episodes of television in three years including: Physical and Strange Planet for Apple TV+, the series Panic for Amazon Prime, Sex/Life for Netflix, and The Offer for Paramount +.

Summers has scored studio-features and indies alike: from Lisa Frankenstein directed by by Zelda Williams and written by Diablo Cody for Universal/ Focus Features, to Netflix’s Lady Chatterley’s Lover directed by Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre, and Call Jane which premiered at Sundance Film Festival (2021). Up next for Isa is Lionsgate’s thriller Dust Bunny starring Sigorney Weaver, the buzzy Jeff Goldblum Netflix series  Kaos starring Debi Mazar, the bio-drama Queen of the Ring directed by Ash Avildsen, and the soon-to-be-released Aniventure animated feature HitPig.

When not scoring for film and television, as a producer and remixer, Summers has collaborated with the likes of Beyonce, Judith Hill, Juliette Lewis and LP. She is also working on her debut solo album.