Louise is an illustrator and academic researcher. With an endless interest in fragments, void spaces, landscape and the finding of stories or meaning in the gaps in-between – her research and practice explores the interweaving of place, history and memory. She is influenced by W. G. Sebald, Tacita Dean, Deconstruction and Zen aesthetics, as well as the visual language of archaeology and archives.

Louise has exhibited regularly and delivered papers at numerous conferences including; An attempt at revealing a place through walking (Devonport Guildhall, 2019);  Translating Fragments (Falmouth, 2019); Decriminalising Ornament: The Pleasures of Pattern (Cambridge, 2018); Mind the Gap: the behaviour of holes in a complex text (Falmouth, 2018), Landscape by Design (Cardiff, 2018); Illustrating Identity/ies (Nancy, 2017); FOMO, (Falmouth, 2017); Shaping the View (Edinburgh, 2016); Sophronia (Falmouth, 2016). 

Louise is currently working on a practice-based illustration PhD at Falmouth University funded by AHRC through the 3D3 consortium. Using a historiographic illustration practice to explore themes of aerial viewpoints, mapping, urban trauma, collective reparation and Zen repair principles – her title is Walking a wounded city: how can unremembered journeys be re-enacted and translated?


PhD Illustration candidate – Falmouth University

MA Illustration: Authorial Practice – Falmouth University 2015/16 (Distinction).

BA (Hons) Fine Art – Leeds Metropolitan University 2011.

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