No, not that I know of. I’m not sure any of the current isotop effects out have that kind of functionality since the sorting is all done live and is based off user input rather than an off/on type state.
I think the way you describe would be too involved, but a querystring/post submission type or ‘get’ looks feasible since the portfolio initially loads based on categories assigned to it in the backend, so that can be overridden to show just 1 category on initial load if there is a query string present. But this looks like something better handled by a freelance.
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