Louise made her theatrical debut in Do Not Disturb by Michael Pertwee directed by Aaron Pennie, which was performed in Glasgow between 14 - 16 May 2014. The screening of her 2012 short film 'Chameleons' in Edinburgh was a huge success. She is currently training with top vocal coach Mary Hammond and attends the Bridge Theatre School.
Michael Storey, The Phantom Of Notre Dame (play, musical and film)
Greenroom Films (Corporate shoot) - Fiona, Edinburgh, UK
Punchdrunk Theatre Company : Do Not Disturb by Michael Pertwee - Mary Parfitt, Glasgow, UK
Starz: Outlander - Crowd
BBC series: River City - Forensics Investigator
BBC series: River City - Lawyer
Short film : Say Goodbye - Female lead (Rosanagh), Glasgow, UK
BBC series: River City - Customer in bar - Prominent position on set. Louise was asked to react to major news in storyline while on set, Glasgow, UK
BBC series : River City - Customer in bar (prominent position), Glasgow, UK
BBC series : River City - Pedestrian and patient in doctor's surgery, Glasgow, UK
Short film : Callback - Lead character (Cameron), Glasgow, UK
Short film : A Weekend With You - Lead character (Rachel), Glasgow, UK
Short film : Chameleons - Female lead (Laurie), Edinburgh, UK
Short film : Agley - Follower, Glasgow, UK
Louise is a trained interpreter and translator, having obtained an MA in French and Hispanic Studies from the University of Glasgow and a PGDip in Translation and Interpretation at the University of Westminster. She is currently working as a freelance translator while training as an actress, and has worked for the United Nations and the European Commission/Parliament both on an employed and freelance basis. She is fluent in French, Spanish, Portuguese and German. She has an excellent accent in each of these languages - if given a script she would sound like a native speaker.