Let us plan your next Glorious event. Share your ideas and we will take care of all the details. We have planned film festivals, red carpet events, film premieres, birthday parties, girls trips and more.


We can even help provide a Māori culture group to welcome your guests and bless your occasion with the correct protocols.


We are your one-stop shop for entertainment as we have event hosts, celebrants, singers, bands, DJs, Pacific dance groups and Māori cultural groups in our vast network.


We have a range of event packages for every occasion.


No matter your budget, we guarantee to coordinate an event that exceeds your expectations.


Deborah Walker-Morrison

Kaporangi Kiriata Board Chair and Wairoa Māori Film Festival Co-Director

Louisa is an event manager extraordinaire – she is a master at both event planning and hosting.


Louisa welcomes guests in a warm and generous way that makes every event a pleasant, relaxing and uplifting experience.


She imparts to every event an extensive knowledge of indigenous belief and value systems so that guests engage in deep learnings that I am sure will last a lifetime.


For the past five years, Louisa has been an integral part of the Wairoa Māori Film Festival team, and for the past two years has also run our successful Māori Film Week events.


I absolutely recommend Louisa to anyone looking for an event manager who can imbue an event with mana and manaakitanga –  a deep feeling of pride, welcome and generosity that spills over to make any event a great success!

Eruera Rarere-Wilton

Director of TiakiAwa Consulting Limited, Founder, Director and Leader of kaiHaka.

I have worked with Louisa many times, most memorably on a Māori Film Marae Tour. She plans with attention to detail and coordinates all aspects, including liaising with local organisers, volunteers, funders, regional service providers and filmmakers to make the event a success.

As a valued member of kaiHaka (Māori performing arts group) she has helped to implement our event plans and promote our events.

kaiHaka is about Mana Whenua (host area) led Haka Pōwhiri (welcome ceremonies): Upholding our core Māori values of Manaakitanga (hospitality), Whanaungatanga (family) and Kotahitanga (unity) by giving international artists and celebrities a safe and enjoyable welcome to Aotearoa NZ and a sense of connection to this land and us as Māori people.