Louise Coghill is a freelance photographer and writer, often found walking through various mountain ranges with her backpack called 'Big Red'. She discovered travel from the age of ten when her family moved to a small mining camp in Tanzania. Since then, she's struggled to stay in one spot for very long and has hiked through Nepal, rode horses through Mongolia, caught trains through China, hitchhiked across Laos and walked the length of New Zealand. She recently won The Independent Photographer 2021 Landscape competition and has been shortlisted by the Photo Collective 'Stories' competition. Her words and images have been published by Canon Australia, Tiny Atlas Quarterly and The Adventure Handbook.