Louisa is a freelance voice practitioner, coaching actors for theatre & film.

She also runs her own thriving practice in Cardiff, is a lecturer in voice at the royal welsh college of music & drama, and is the founder of Vocal Impact Ltd., offering bespoke communication skills training.


Over the summer 2018, Louisa was the Singing, Voice and Accent/Dialect coach for the Royal Shakespeare Company's new musical, MISS LITTLEWOOD, with book, music and lyrics by Sam Kenyon, which played in the Swan Theatre, at the RSC in Stratford-upon-Avon. Following its successful run, the show was nominated for a UK Theatre Award.

‘The outstanding, versatile, largely female ensemble…sing and act with economy and élan’
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What makes Louisa stand out from any other vocal coach we have worked with is her ability to adapt to an individual actor’s needs. She understands how each actor’s way of thinking differs and her ability to work with each person in a different way to bring out the best in the individual is, I think, unique.
— Elli MacKenzie, Director, Oddsocks Productions