Louise Mclachlan is an artist based in Edinburgh working predominantly with photography. Mclachlan advocates for disability rights and representation particularly within the arts and education. In 2019 she launched Scope Photography a workshop and community aimed at teaching individuals facing health related barriers the power in their perspective. Mclachlan’s own work explores the reclamation of self, sight and space alongside her lived experience of disability. She currently works at Stills Centre for Photography. 

At Cove Park, Louise aims to reflect upon creating through isolation and restriction whilst building work within new spaces at a time in which feelings of safety and prospect have been shaken.  
Image: Mōtae, Stills Centre for Photography, 2019 (Image Credit: Alan Dimmick)