Louise is a brilliant creative talent who, despite her youth, exhibits a profound ability to communicate, as well as inspire the audience through her beautiful film and video’- Mary Keane Dawson, Digital Entrepreneur and Managing Director of Neo@Ogilvy.

‘Working with Louise has been a pleasure. From the beginning of the project she really took the time to understand the brand, and as a result our positioning film has perfectly captured the spirit of Mills & Boon. The creative process was open and collaborative, and the final film was delivered on time and on budget’ – Joanna Rose, Harper Collins Publishers.

‘I thoroughly enjoyed working with Louise Leverett on the films for my novel The Dress. Aside from being a diligent professional, Louise has that rare talent of being able to use her creativity within a tight brief’- New York Times’ Best-Selling Author Kate Kerrigan

Biography

Louise Leverett graduated from Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts (BA Hons) in London on a full scholarship before moving on to study at the famous Lee Strasberg Institue in New York. After working as an actor in both London and New York, she enrolled at Central Saint Martins studying Art Direction for Film, looking at style, content and developing a unique sense of how narrative can be explored within a filmic landscape. Her first campaign for Mazda Automotives shortly after graduating was streamed globally through JWT in New York including Mazda International Head Office in Japan. Since then she has collaborated with a host of worldwide brands including Alexander McQueen, The Oracle Club and Head of Zeus, directing successful campaigns streamed internationally. In late fall 2014, Rock the Tribes was set up as a private limited company to produce unique and innovative film; to communicate a concept in a direction that combines art and commerce within an accessible climate.

‘I am preoccupied with the visual narrative; aiming to create an imaginary world that comes together through the common persistence of emotion, experience and feelings. Through my work I examine the concepts of beauty and its antithesis, either in the instance of reality or our imaginations. What I hope to document is the discovery of something new, untouched. And something that inspires you to look at the complexity of beauty and the fragility of it once it has been discovered. This to me is where the heart of creativity lies. We are explorers and our dreams are our downfall but without them we would be mere hostages to the mundane.’