Our mission is to give all ISB students a place to showcase their creativity and artistic skills, as well as encourage them to try new things and step out of their comfort zone. We want to bring all members of the ISB community even closer together, and create a collective outcome that encompasses all of the great things that this school is capable of. Moreover, we want to enable our readers to become more well-informed on global issues, and entertain them with our light-hearted articles and recommendations. Lastly, we want to create a relaxed space where students can be themselves without the stress of academics, or any external expectations, and purely be themselves creatively.
Meet The Team
Artist & Creative Director
Hello everybody! My name’s Sofia, but you can call me Sofi, or any other variation of that, and I am the courageous leader of our small team here at The Nest. I have big shoes to fill since the original founder, my sister, has graduated, so I vouch to do my best and inspire creativity and confidence in my fellow teammates and all of our colleagues through this meaningful project we all worked so hard on. Expect personal articles on my particular interests, colourful artworks, detailed layouts, seasonal quizzes and spontaneous podcasts from me, sometimes in collaboration with my very talented friends! I hope that the Nest provides the same sense of community and hope for you as it does for me and perhaps one day you’ll join me aboard our passionate crew in order to share your talent and artistry with a larger community!
Writer & Editor
Hi! My name is Liza, and I’m responsible for writing informative (and sometimes fictional) articles in The Nest, while also being in charge of proofreading my peers’ work! The club has provided me with a creative outlet for all of my interests, and there’s nothing I enjoy more than writing down my thoughts, ideas and opinions and sharing them with the world. I enjoy telling stories, no matter how bland they are, being a firm believer in the fact that any story is interesting if told the right way. I hope my writing reflects my ideals, and that I’m going to show you more and more variety and skill as time passes!
Artist & Social Media Manager
Howdy! My name is Grace but you can call me Luca, I’m an artist so you’ll typically see me working on covers, article layouts, or advertisements for our social media. I also work on artwork to go along with the short stories that will pop up here and there. I joined The Nest along with my group of friends and together we have formed something with a strong sense of community and passion so I hope we can bring that same feeling to our work and to any new members that join us this year!
Writer & Web Developer
Hey! My name is Daria Sandu, but some might also know me as Milo. I am a writer and editor in this small team of ours and I truly hope that at least one thing that I manage to write interests you. You’ll be seeing a lot of articles on videogames, movies and books from me, and the occasional short stories that will most likely all have some sort of fantasy element in them. The Nest has given me a great opportunity to work on my writing skills, which I am greatly delighted to explore. I sure hope to see some new faces in our small group this year!
Hello! My name is Julia. I mainly draw, and sometimes might work on covers, and help my friends with whatever they are working on, or at least try my best to do that. Join The Nest maybe? :)
“The Nest” is my proudest achievement in my 13 years at ISB. I founded this project as an outlet which can connect the student, parent and teacher communities within our school, as well as an environment where students can express themselves and experiment with new forms of media, free from academic pressures. I have a deep passion for writing, and my favourite types of articles to write are culture or business related. My hobbies include reading, baking, exercise and art. I am going to be studying Business Administration and Digital Management at Copenhagen Business School.
I am a year 13 student that loves to write about anything that I am interested in at that point in time. I joined The Nest as a way to express myself and as a way to build a community from scratch; creating special interactions between students, teachers and parents. In my spare time I like to go to the gym, play chess and read terribly sad classics.
I am a year 13 student, and this is my second year helping as the web developer for The Nest website. I always enjoyed working on websites and I'm very happy to have the opportunity to help in this project. I believe this project will have a very positive impact on our school community. I enjoy drawing and painting, and I also enjoy cooking.
I am a year 13 student and I am one of the original members of The Nest. I’ve alway been passionate about writing and getting my ideas out there while also spreading the word about different topics. Viewing the world through the lense of a camera always gives a different perspective and shifts reality, giving it new layers worth exploring. I love writing articles about scientific topics, from viruses to the newest cure for cancer. On top of that books are my speciality so you can be sure to expect a lot of varying book recommendations and which ones are worth reading and why.
HI, I’m Filip. I’ve been in the team ever since the Nest was created all the way back in 2019, before the Covid hysteria. It’s pretty hard to imagine how life was before this, but that’s what I’m here for. You’ll see my name on some cool articles regarding this topic and many others, like cryptocurrency opinion pieces (massive red pills!). I believe in quality over quantity, so when you read something I wrote, you know it’ll be damn good. So buckle up and prepare for a dose of reality!
Hi! I’m Ana, a year 13 student who joined the Nest this year. Writing is my favourite form of self-expression so I decided to become part of the Nest to improve this skill while also contributing something meaningful to the school community. Other than that I’m passionate about all Romance and Asian languages (hangul is hands-down the best writing system) and making things look pretty.