Louisa was raised in Nairobi, Kenya, surrounded by a rich tapestry of cultural diversity that has informed her creative expression. Her black and white images reflect an intimacy in her subjects that leaves one with a deep sense of nostalgia of times gone by.
Over the past decade, Louisa has been involved in several solo and joint exhibitions in London and Sydney. Her exhibition Out of Africa was a resounding success, with Patron of the Arts, James Erskine (of Liverpool Street Gallery in Sydney) buying up the entire collection before opening.
Her beautiful photography has also been published internationally gracing the front covers and pages of popular magazines, newspapers and coffee table books. Africa Geographic Year Book, Africa Geographic mag, CNN, Capture Magazine, The Daily Mail, UK Telegraph and Pro Photo magazine to name a few.
Louisa presently lives and works as a freelance photographer based out of Sydney.
|2017||MOJA AFRICA - Solo Exhibition, Totem Road, Paddington|
|2017||Curated X - Group Collaboration, Totem Road, Paddington|
|2017||Finalist in Head on Portrait Prize, Australia’s most critically acclaimed photographic portrait competition|
|2016||Odyssey - Solo show, Perth|
|2013||Out of Africa II - Bondi Pavilion, Sydney|
|2012||King Cross Arts Guild Photography Prize – Kings Cross|
|2012||Nudes – Group show - Tap gallery, Darlinghurst|
|2012||One Life - International photography competition – Online gallery|
|2006||Papua New Guinea – Solo Exhibition Blender gallery, Paddington|
|2006||Man and Beast – Group Show - Albury Cellar Gallery|
|2005||Affordable Art Show – represented by CP gallery|
|2005||Out Of Africa – Solo exhibition - Bondi Pavilion Sydney|
|2004||1-2-3 Media – Group show- represented by Brenda Colahan Fine Art. Domayne Design Centre, Alexandria|
|2004||Skin Deep – Solo exhibition – Middle Bar – Taylor Square, Sydney|
|2004||Emergents – Group show – CP Gallery, Paddington|
|2003||Nikon Award – (Group show for the 24 finalists) – Australian Centre of Photography|
|2000||Primo - Solo exhibition, Earlsfield, London|
|2000||Won ‘Travel Photo of the Year’ competition, category ‘Face to Face’. Largest of it’s kind in Britain at the time|