Louise’s acting career began after she graduated from the University of Glasgow with an MA in French and Hispanic Studies. Having studied in detail the works of many French, German, Portuguese and Spanish literary greats, it only seemed natural for her to move into the world of TV, Film and Theatre. After training privately as an actress in her hometown of Glasgow with acting coach Mark Westbrook, Louise moved to London in 2015 which marked the commencement of her private singing training with leading vocal coach Mary Hammond, during which time she has worked on a variety of genres including jazz, pop and musical theatre, which culminated in her receiving praise on her vocals from Mitch Winehouse when she sang briefly for him in the Pizza Express Jazz Club in 2017. She has been cast in various small roles for several BBC productions, and has appeared in various commercials and short films. She has recently auditioned for lead roles in a TV programme and a feature film, and in late 2018 was cast in a new cabaret performance called “Wendy Water’s Writes Words” written and produced by Wendy Waters, which was performed at the Pheasantry, Chelsea in September 2019. Louise is also a freelance translator for the United Nations in New York and is fluent in French, Spanish, Portuguese and German (not to mention her mother tongue, English!). She is currently based between London and Glasgow.