Louise is a professional singer, musician, songwriter, performer, recording artist and session singer.
Her first regular solo gig started at age 16 and by age 18 she became host of Channel 9 TV's Perth's Young Entertainers. Louise moved to Sydney and was a regular face on variety of TV shows including Roy & HG's Club Buggery on ABC, The Bughouse Anglia UK, Aria Awards, The Voice, Midday Show, Hey Hey It's Saturday amongst others.
In 1991 Louise starred alongside Guy Pearce in Grease the Musical, which toured Australia nationally and New Zealand.
Louise teamed up with talented Sydney chanteuse Dannielle DeAndrea (Gaha) to form dynamic singing duo The Nissan Cedrics on ABC TV's 'Club Buggery' with iconic comedy duo Roy & HG. They released an album Going For A Song through Warner Music which was released in Australia and Japan and toured nationally.
As a prolific songwriter Louise was signed to Harry Vanda's Independent Publishing/Recording label Flashpoint Music in 2008. She went on to record her self-penned solo debut album 'True Believer' with Harry Vanda Producing.
Two years later Louise was awarded The Stephen Schwartz UTAS/APRA/AMCOS inaugural Songwriting Award.
She joined The Australian Idol Concert Tours as Vocal Coach and Backing Vocalist. The shows toured nationally and was Vocal Adjudicator for The Voice Kids Australia 2012.
Louise has toured extensively overseas including Asia, UK, The Middle East, New Zealand and Japan.
Louise shines performing live but is currently taken time to write and record new material in her home studio with plans to tour her show 'One Woman, One Piano, One Voice' later in 2021.