• Travel


    Action, Sports & Adventure
  • Lifestyle


    Body, Soul & Wellness
  • Ski


    Family, Spa & Wilderness


Louise Cameron-Hall is an experienced journalist who has worked and studied all over the world from Paris to Singapore to Dubai and is currently a freelance travel and ski writer for The Telegraph, Ski+board and Fall-Line. Formerly travel editor and features director on More!, REAL!, VIVA! (UAE) and Closer! she has worked on desks at The Guardian, The Telegraph, Cosmopolitan and Marie Claire. 


After starting out at Vogue House, fashion styling and as a newspaper reporter, Louise became a woman's editor on best-selling weeklies (one million+ readers) internationally. She has represented press on Radio 4 Woman's Hour, attended crime briefings at Scotland Yard, been invited to No. 10 and won various awards.


 Louise has broken numerous real life and investigative exclusives, Her Closer! cover expose of real life interviews with young girls suffering from UV skin damage linked to sunbed misuse - and a spike in skin cancer - was read out in Parliament. In 2011, the law was changed, making it illegal for under 18s to use sunbeds in the UK.


She has interviewed a wide mix - actresses, authors, musicians, entrepreneurs, war reporters, politicians and Olympians - Dame Emma Thompson, Baronness Michelle Mone, Sir Richard Branson, Lord Cameron, Kate Adie, John Simpson, Jamie Callum, Mike Tindall, Chemmy Alcott and Jenny Jones. Her versatile style combines insightful interviews with hard-hitting reportage and immersive travel. 


In 2010, Louise was selected for a world first expedition and skied man-haul to the North Pole with explorers Inge Solheim and Henry Cookson, raising funds and awareness for climate change. She lives in London with her family. 


Awards include PTC New Journalist of the Year.


Pen names: Louise Cameron-Hall, Louise Hall, Louise Cameron, Lou Hall, Lou Cameron, Lou Cameron-Hall. And pseudonyms.


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."

Source: Mintel


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Selected clients:

Amnesty International
Conde Nast Traveller
Education First