Louisa Spring, a native of Great Britain, is an independent VR producer whose passion is combining narrative storytelling with virtual reality and technology. Her former position was CEO of Bipolar ID, who created the amazing cinematic mini cooper VR commercials which were the first narrative action VR pieces featured on the NYT app.
As an award-winning producer, talent manager and entrepreneur, Ms. Spring has produced African Gothic, Sea Of Darkness, Woundings, Blood Equity. She has also been collaborating as a television producer with Far Moor, (The Fall, Netflix), Barry Films, (Life) and Arise Pictures, (Goliath). She is also working with James Spring (Colonia—Toronto International Film Festival 2016) on Morphobia a series based on dream manipulation. Her background and contacts are now invaluable in the narrative VR space. She was also head of content for Axiom TV, an interactive televsion company in the mid 90's.
She has represented some of the U.K.’s most iconic and beloved actors such as John Rhys-Davies (Lord Of The Rings, Indiana Jones), Roger Moore (James Bond, The Saint), Steven Berkoff (The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, The Borgias), William J. Macdonald (the creator and executive producer of HBO’s award- winning series ROME). In addition to these UK icons, Ms. Spring also represents Chris Judge (Stargate SG-1)—confirming her sci-fi and geek status in the biz.
Ms. Spring speaks French fluently and travels widely particularly to Europe and Asia. She's a former member of the board of BAFTALA, and practiced law in London for 3 years.
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