welcome!

i am honoured to live, work, study, breathe on the land of the Wurundjeri Woiwurrung and Boon Wurrung peoples of the Kulin Nation. i acknowledge that this land was violently stolen and that sovereignty was never ceded. this always was and always will be Aboriginal land. 

my name is Issy, my pronouns are they/them and i am a 17 year old disabled and queer person.

this website is a collection of words i have worded and doings i have done.

photo of Issy, a white person who is smiling. they have a purple fringe, are wearing glasses and are wearing a green and pink checkered blazer.
photo of Issy, a white person who is smiling. they have a purple fringe, are wearing glasses and are wearing a green and pink checkered blazer.

want more of me for some strange reason?

feel free to reach out and chat! i am open to any and all respectful conversations about our wonderful and not so wonderful world. use my social medias to contact me!

a taste of my words...

I was commissioned by Amaze, who is the leading organisation for autistic people in Victoria, to write a piece about my experiences during COVID-19. I wrote about the disparity between experiences of neurotypical and autistic people throughout the lockdowns and experiences of pandemic in Victoria in 2020. You can read the piece here: ...

Featured in Loud Youth's inaugural publication - Living Loudly - Edition Z in December of 2020. This piece is about how being subtle is a privilege and how choosing to be not subtle is a power move. You can read it here: