Isaac specializes in articles, reviews, screenplays, essays, editing, content writing, and product descriptions.
Isaac is interested in film, literature, gaming, politics, environmental issues, history, philosophy, music, and technology.
Isaac studied film analysis while gaining experience in journalism, theater analysis, literary analysis, and computer science. He served as a teaching assistant for the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science. He qualified for seven inclusions on the quarterly Dean's List and received an Annual Dean's List award.
Isaac contributed a multitude of features, game reviews, buyers' guides, game previews, and editorials on the video game industry to the Spokesman-Review's print edition and the Tech Deck blog, as well as the Pacific Northwest Inlander.
Isaac is the writer of many researched articles and film reviews published in the Pacific Northwest Inlander and the Daily of the University of Washington. He has also published theater reviews, music reviews, book reviews, long-form entertainment features, and artist profiles.
Isaac has profiled restaurants and coffee shops for the Pacific Northwest Inlander. He has also contributed many short, descriptive blurbs on restaurants, bars, and cafes to the newspaper's online database.
Isaac has published blog posts on topics of news, film, technology, gaming, culture, food, music, and local events to the Pacific Northwest Inlander's online Bloglander platform and the Spokesman-Review's Tech Deck blog.
Isaac has written articles on topics of entertainment, news, science, food, and culture for the Pacific Northwest Inlander and the Daily of the University of Washington. These articles include fully researched and reported pieces that required in-person and phone interviews.
Isaac was contracted to write and revise the product description and bullet points for the Pleasant Pooch Biodegradable Dog Poop Bags Amazon page.