Bella is a British visual artist working across moving image photography and installation. Her work is mostly about navigating the personal within the collective consciousness, taking inspiration from eastern spirituality, with a particular focus on working class communities of colour. She is interested in making work which responds to the violent impact of gentrification on the inner and outer landscapes of less advantaged communities, with reference to health and wellbeing. She is a current Fulbright Scholarship recipient, MFA Photography at Parsons, The New School, New York.
Bella is founder of London based Collective, Red Rolled and Seen, with whom she has created two publications, a participatory photo zine about sight loss in the London borough of Southwark, and a recent photo book about women of colour in photography called Negative Space. Available to purchase at South London Gallery, Whitechapel Art Gallery and The Photographers' Gallery.