Always in need of knowing the last trend in design or architecture Louise has become a referral for the launching of projects in MTL and for CBC Radio-Canada. Her success relies on the marketing and creativity approach of her mandates. She was awarded a grant and became the first Canadian female dancer to be in MUDRA, multidisciplinary school of Art founded by Maurice Béjart in Belgium. After 4 years abroad she comes back home and creates La compagnie de Danse Louise Latreille et Pointépiénu, and holds the position of Artistic Director, choreographer and dancer. She also creates the School Pointépiénu, directs 21 teachers, has 600 students and 40 scholarship students. Louise’s career is far from being traditional! she touched multiple domains such as - dance, floral artistry, decoration - event’s coordinator - portfolio manager and holds a DEC in Art. This variety of experience has broadening her visions and is helpful in her dwellings with the clients. She has a capacity to listen, to create and to respond to the client’s need - necessary attributes that were necessary to manage the sale’s office of a prestigious project such as the Crystal de la Montagne in Montreal.DEC en Danse du CEGEP Vieux-Montreal, Stockbroker, McLeod Young and Weir, Florist, Portfolio Manager, Sale's Office Manager at Le Crystal from 2005 till March 2008.