Louise left the Institution of Electrical Engineers in 1998 to work as a secretary at PricewaterhouseCoopers. She has been involved in 12 of PricewaterhouseCoopers annual pantomimes performed in the West End for underprivileged children. During those 12 years she has been a member of the chorus, principal, dancer, assistant choreographer, wardrobe supervisor, stage technician, assistant producer and a dwarf.
Louise has danced a variety of roles and lists her favourites as the title role in Giselle, The Snow Queen and Sugar Plum Fairy from The Nutcracker, Swanhilda and Dawn from Coppélia, Pas de Trois and Odile from Swan Lake and The Lilac Fairy from The Sleeping Beauty.
Louise has been a regular guest teacher at the Harlow Ballet Association and holds the position of Vice President.
Louise left PricewaterhouseCoopers in 2011 to join her husband in Muscat, Oman where he took up the position of head of stage and operations at the Royal Opera House Muscat. During that time Louise taught ballet for both children and adults and put on an annual performance. In September 2015 Barry and Louise moved to Perth, Australia. In June 2016 Barry and Louise returned to the UK settling in Caldicot, South Wales.
Despite being many miles away, Louise stills head up Chelsea Ballet returning on a regular basis to teach and perform with the group.