Lou Doye is an executive producer and artistic director with international production experience in the entertainment industry. She now explores imaginative territories with artists and technologists around the globe and more recently became part of a new immersive production company in the states to re-imagine experiences, Qxr Studios. Also a director of Doye Mosse Productions, Lou brings together writers from this company to collaborate with and tech making cultural experiences for audiences in many technical and theatrical worlds. In 2019 she became a digital fellow to the Royal Shakespeare Company and Magic Leap creating a touring theatre production with mixed reality and supporting the development of Dream 2021, an online theatrical production for the RSC.
Trained at London Contemporary Dance School, after graduating she performed in Matthew Bourne productions and in the West End. Working for Chichester Festival Theatre Lou was part of the production team for various productions including West End transferred shows such as Gypsy (Olivier Award), Singing in the Rain, and Enron.
She has been an artistic director of a midscale UK NPO Arts Council funded theatre, and drove forward a vision to explore creativity in immersive technology, winning recognition from Venice La Biennale. She leads sessions for CannesXR Film Festival , TIFF Norway, VRTL Belgium, and has this year become chair of the board for Kaleidoscope Transformations grant USA, which supports international projects.