A trained actress, singer and dancer, corporate presenter Louise began her professional career in musical theatre before moving into presenting. She is a warm and versatile presenter with a wealth of experience and is a hugely successful wedding planner.
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As far as being a professional presenter goes, Louise is the whole package, she was the voice of travel with Richard Bacon on BBC Radio 5 live. We even sent her to Australia as the British presenter for a series of presentations for one of our clients!
She has a wealth experience working as a corporate presenter, whether as event host, product demonstrator and explainer or in front of the camera as video presenter. Having worked for a whole host of small to medium businesses and large corporates including, Nationwide, Scottish Provident, Hewlett Packard and Rimmel, Louise is easily able to tailor her style and approach as a presenter to all of our clients’ needs.
Her warmth and versatility as a corporate presenter make her an obvious choice for organisations wanting an intelligent, outgoing and friendly face representing them, either as event host, demonstrator or explainer. She’s just as at ease as a presenter on camera as she is hosting a live event.
After completing musical theatre training at Laine Theatre Arts, she began her professional career in musical theatre, appearing in shows such as ‘Fame’, ‘Return to the Forbidden Planet’ and ‘Patsy Cline’, before moving into work as a presenter and voice-over artist. She is probably best known as travel presenter on ‘GMTV’ and ‘London Tonight’ and now keeps the nation on the move with BBC Radio 5 live.
Impressively, Louise manages to combine her work as a corporate presenter, voice-over artist and event host with work as a professional singer, making her well used to a challenging schedule and a live studio environment. Her showreel truly demonstrates why she is in demand as a British presenter on both sides of the world.