Since graduating the screenwriting degree at Bournemouth University in 2007, Luke has written and directed work that has been broadcast on TV and cinema screens across the globe. He has been featured in Shots, The Telegraph and V Magazine among others and was named one of Screen International’s ‘Stars of Tomorrow' and one of Broadcast Magazine's 'Hot Shots'.

His short films have been BAFTA nominated, won The Grand Prize in the Virgin Media Shorts Competition, played on the pre-roll at 214 cinema screens across the UK and Oscar qualifying film festivals in the US.

He has shot music videos for acclaimed bands and artists including Australian Music Prize winners Cloud Control and ads for Wrigleys, Google, The NHS, Tesco and LG among others. He also directed the Old Vic New Voices' first ever 24 Hour Short Film Jess//Jim. Exec produced by Kevin Spacey, shot by Danny Cohen and featuring British actor Toby Kebbell, the film was conceived, shot, cut and finished in just 24 hours.

He is developing his feature film The Wanderers, billed as a 'non conventional Brit pop teen musical', the film is being produced by Michael Berliner and 2AM Films and is being supported by the BFI. The film will feature original music written by Tim Wheeler (Ash), Emmy The Great (Austenland) and Graham Coxon (Blur) as well as involvement from several other Brit Pop musicians. Bill Milner is attached to play the lead with further casting to be announced.

Luke is also attached to direct Stewart Thomson's feature script Rocket Surgery, a UFO hoax comedy set in a remote Scottish village. The film is being funded through Screen Academy Scotland's Lo Fi scheme in association with BBC Scotland, Creative Scotland and Matador Films.

He was selected as one of seven directors from nearly a thousand applicants to direct an episode of original drama for Channel 4 through the broadcasters Coming Up scheme. This led to him directing two episodes of BAFTA nominated My Mad Fat Diary for E4 and the entire second series of The Job Lot for ITV and Big Talk.

Next he is directing two episodes of Russell T Davies' brand new show Banana for E4 and Red.

Luke is represented by Curtis Brown and Oasis Media Group in the US. He is a member of the Director’s Guild of Great Britain and Directors UK.