Louise has been performing since she was 16, but returned to study jazz at the Guildhall School of Music in her late twenties. Apart from singing jazz, Louise had a hit record in the 1980s touring Europe and making several appearances on TV, including on 'Top of the Pops', working alongside artists including DuranDuran, Spandau Ballet, The Smiths and Jermaine Jackson.
Her career took a new turn when she joined vocal ensemble The Shout, a mix of vocal genres put together by Orlando Gough and Richard Chew. The Shout has performed in many European countries, America and closer to home at the BBC Proms. Louise recorded her debut album in 2008, 'Things in Life', which has been featured on Jazz FM. More recently she has been working with singer/songwriter Ronnie Haar promoting his album, 'Songs about Birds'. Louise is also a qualified Yoga teacher and teaches singing on the performing arts degree course at Colchester Institute.