Louise is an experienced TV writer, currently with original projects in with Sunny March/BBC and Wild Mercury/Channel 4. She has written for The Split - the BBC One drama produced by Jane Featherstone's Sister Pictures, The Tunnel, Call The Midwife, Shetland and she She has most recently been writing on new Kudos project Deep Water.
Prior to this Louise was on the BBC Drama Production Writers Scheme and won a WGGB Award for her work on River City. She has also written for BBC Scotland's Waterloo Road and was nominated for a Scottish Bafta for her episode of LipService (Kudos/BBC Scotland). Louise has written original radio drama for Radios 3, 4 & 5 in slots including Writing The Century, Women’s Hour, and From Fact to Fiction.
A new original drama series for BBC One produced by Sister Pictures.
DI Jimmy Perez and his team investigate crimes within the close knit island community of Shetland.
Chronicles the lives of a group of midwives living in East London in the late 1950s to early 1960s.
The Tunnel is an adaptation of the Swedish/Danish cult hit The Bridge.
The lives of people living in Glasgow, Scotland.
Adaptation of Emma Gray's memoir about going it alone in the Northumberland countryside as Britain's youngest shepherdess.
UK version of long running US procedural drama. Louise's episode entitled 'Bad Romance', follows a couple as they try and conceal their affair and accidental death of their baby.
Nominated for a Scottish Bafta
Multiple episodes series 5 and 6