Louise Cameron-Hall is a versatile and award-winning journalist passionate about storytelling, people, culture, the arts and adventure. She has worked internationally on publications such as The Guardian, REAL! and Conde Nast Traveller.
After starting out as a newspaper reporter (NCTJ) she became a woman's editor, specialising in interviews, real life and investigative reportage - shining the spotlight on pressing issues. Her feature campaigns were read out in Parliament, she was invited to No.10 and represented press on Radio 4 Woman's Hour.
Today, Louise is a freelance journalist living in London with her family, whose style is hi-lo: a mix of grass-roots adventure, informative interviews, hard-hitting reportage, action sports, ski and luxury bare-foot wellness. Ever curious - about people, Nature and connecting to the world around us, she creates inspirational and immersive multi-platform content,
Editorial and client focus:
"Growth markets: adventure, experiential travel, wellness, sustainable tourism, skiing (women's/ backcountry) and family travel (+25% annual growth) - the key target groups for travel firms in 2023."
Louise has lived in Paris, Singapore and Dubai and travelled all over the world - from Himalaya to the Andes. In 2010, she was selected for a World First expedition and skied man-haul to the North Pole with explorers Henry Cookson, Inge Solheim and an awesome team.