Louise makes films and immersive artworks which are as much about rhythm and timing as they are about (social) politics and the sense of play found in life. More specifically, she searches for meaning through considerations of how bodies move more than how minds think.
Her practice flows consciously between private, public, and commercial ventures. She creates these interpretations through dialogue, collaborating with artists, communities, musicians, producers and engineers to create outcomes within public and private settings.
Louise received a master’s in Digital Direction from The Royal College of Art and is distributed by LUX Moving Image.