As well as signing a management deal in 2012, Claire-Louise also had the opportunity to collaborate with British artist Labrinth. Signed to Simon Cowell’s label Syco and one of UK’s top producers Labrinth has also written and produced for other artists such as Usher and Tinie Tempah. After submitting an original piece of music onto the website Talenthouse, Labrinth chose Claire-Louise’s song ‘Designed to Fly’, to produce.
Born in Worcester Claire-Louise started singing and playing the piano at a very young age, it wasn’t long before she decided to make performing her life and not just a hobby. At the age of nineteen she moved to London to study for a degree in dance at Roehampton University and whilst studying she pursued her passion for singing, performing anywhere and everywhere she could.
A powerful and versatile vocalist Claire-Louise writes all her own music and is currently recording material for her debut album. Travelling the UK and abroad Claire-Louise performs at a wide range of events, most recently visiting and performing in Freetown West Africa for a three night event sponsored by Brussels Airlines. As well as writing and singing at various events, Claire-Louise had the once in a lifetime opportunity to perform at the London 2012 Olympic Opening Ceremony. After two auditions Claire-Louise was cast as a dancer in the section ‘Frankie and June say Thanks Tim’, click on the ‘pics’ tab to view images from her opening ceremony experience.
Claire-Louise has also modelled for major companies and featured in music videos, commercials, advertising campaigns and films. TV work includes performing backing vocals for some well-known artists on programmes such as The Alan Titchmarsh show and Last Choir Standing. Claire-Louise also loves to get involved with charity work, recently performing at a homeless shelter in London for the charity Crisis at Christmas; other charities include Great Ormond Street Hospital and Cancer Research.