Louise Abbott is an award-winning writer, documentary photographer, and documentary filmmaker in the Eastern Townships of Quebec. She has devoted her career to documenting the culture, heritage, and natural environment of rural and indigenous communities both in Canada and abroad. She is the author of six books: The Coast Way, The French Shore, A Country So Wild and Grand, The Heart of the Farm, Eeyou Istchee, and Memphrémagog: An Illustrated History. She has also made numerous films, including, most recently, Nunaaluk: A Forgotten Story. She is the president of the artists' cooperative that runs Studio Georgeville.
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