About Louise Lockwood
Louise Lockwood is a multi-award winning documentary maker with 20 years’ experience. A Fine Art graduate of the Glasgow School of Art the subjects of her documentaries are diverse yet united by a distinct, creative vision.
Over the last 20 years Louise’s work has been transmitted on network channels in the UK and the USA, covering topics as diverse as Quantum Physics, Neuroscience, Philosophy, Cancer, Political and Social History and many Film, Theatre, Art and Architecture subjects.
Louise was nominated for a Bafta and won a Grierson, RTS, RTS Scotland & Scottish BAFTA for her acclaimed documentary in 2009, PARALLEL WORLDS, PARALLEL LIVES which follows the lead singer of US rock band Eels, Mark Oliver Everett, on his journey of discovery to learn about his father, Hugh Everett III, the quantum mechanic who developed the ground breaking theory of Parallel Universes.
Louise also won multiple awards for her intimate two-part documentary FAIR ISLE: LIVING ON THE EDGE which captured the life of the 60 residents on Britain’s most remote inhabited island over a significant year in 2015.