Louise graduated from the Australian Ballet School in 1985 and chose to work with the West Australian Ballet Company before moving to Sydney to work with Sydney Dance Company. Both companies gave her the opportunity to dance soloist and principal roles and work with choreographers and directors such as Graeme Murphy, Barry Morland, Chrissi Parrot, Ohad Naharin, Lambros Lambro, Gideon Obarzanek and Stephan Page. After seven years in a company environment Louise moved to work as a freelance dancer and choreographer with works in film, T.V. and theatre.
Louise has created works for and worked with, Sydney Dance Company, Queensland Theatre Company, Australian Opera, West Australian Academy Performing Arts, Taipei National University of Arts, Taipei International Summer school, Queensland Ballet Professional Years as well as a feature film, a collaborative work with Circa and three full length works with her company Lucid Dance Theatre. In 2006 Louise was nominated by François Klaus to choreograph a work for Dance Creation in Melbourne, in 2008. Her short work Troon ii was presented at the World Dance Alliance Global Summit. In 2009 Louise created three new works for Queensland Ballet Company including a main-stage work for their International Gala and in 2010 works for their Live Attitude and Soiree Classiques seasons. In 2011 Louise was awarded a Residency with the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts to collaborate with cellist Louise King to create a full length work “Dancing with Bach”. This work was subsequently toured by the Gold Coast Arts Centre, Armidale Bach Festival and Noosa Long Weekend Festival. In 2013 “Dancing with Bach” will be presented as a main-stage work with the Judith Wright Centre of Performing Arts.