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 scoring some of Sam Levinson’s Assassination Nation,  Summers then went on to score Little Fires Everywhere for Hulu, which earned her an Emmy nomination.  In addition, she created the main title theme for Sky’s Networks’ most successful original series Riviera. Less than a year later, she finished her fifth show, Physical for Apple TV+, as well as the series Panic for Amazon Prime, and Sex/Life for Netflix, clocking in with 67Million viewers in its first 4 weeks.

Since the jump to film scoring, Isa has just completed the score to her sixth feature film,  Lisa Frankenstein dir. by Zelda Williams, written and produced by Diablo Cody for Universal/ Focus Features.  Isa scored the recently released film Lady Chatterley’s Lover directed by Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre and starring Emma Corrin and Jack O’connell. Her first feature film Call Jane starring Elizabeth banks and Sigourney Weaver had its debut at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival and she’s recently completed the score for the soon-to-be-released- 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.