Louise Camrass is a London based artist.
She received her masters in Fine Art from the Royal College of Art in 1999 and her BA from Central St Martins in 1991.
In 1999 her films and videos were selected by the New Contemporaries and shown at the South London Gallery and Liverpool Biennale.
In 2000 Louise and her friend Dominique won the Montreal Film and Video Festival with their video diary "Dominique and Louise."
Louise proceeded to win a Rome scholarship and have her films showcased at the ICA.
She was nominated for best European short film in 2000.
Louise's short films have been screened at Sadlers Wells, Bloomberg, Tate Britain, the National Film Theatre and in film festivals internationally.
in 2008 she was commissioned to work with the London Philharmonic Orchestra by Eugene Skeef and won Channel 4's best 4 minute documentary.
Since having her two children Louise has focused more on painting and drawing and in 2016 was three times Saatchi Online's painter of the week.
Louise's videos have been likened to short stories and her paintings and drawings are concerned with similar themes of sex, death, relationships, light, atmosphere and the absurd.
She works across mediums using what feels closest to her thoughts.