Louise is a media executive with over 25 years experience in the international television and film business, project development, production and distribution. She has worked with a wide range of program genres and formats and set up major international co-productions. Louise was based in Europe for almost ten years and has particular interest in the cross-cultural aspects of all forms of media. She has been honored to have among her projects Oscar, Emmy, FIPRESCI, Sundance, Prix Italia, Teddy, International Emmy and other award-winning films.
Louise has taken an active role in many productions and is a credited co-producer on many projects such as The Promise, Prodigal Sons, Johnny Cash at Folsom Prison, Cities of Light: The Rise and Fall of Islamic Spain and The Endurance: Shackleton’s Legendary Antarctic Expedition, among others.
Louise is a tutor and lecturer at Documentary Campus Master School and has been a speaker at many conferences and film festivals, including the Hot Docs Forum, IFP Film Week, RIDM, DocLisboa and the annual conference of the National Association of Latino Independent Producers. She was the Founding Director of the Points North Documentary Forum at the Camden International Film Festival, is on the Advisory Board of the IFP and is on the Board of Directors of Maine Media Workshops + College.