Born in 1988, Luke's interest in music started around the age of seven, when he first started taking formal piano lessons. In 2001 he won a scholarship to Tonbridge School where he studied composition, piano and classical guitar.
In 2007 Luke won the Sibelius National Young Film Composer Competition and the following year was selected for the 2008 ASCAP Television & Film Workshop under the instruction of Richard Bellis in Los Angeles. During the course he conducted his music with a 60 piece LA orchestra at the Newman Scoring Stage.
In 2009 Luke moved back to LA where he was offered a room by film composer Christopher Young in a house reserved for aspiring film composers and musicians.
Recently Luke has worked on orchestrations for Harry Gregson-Williams and David Buckley's score to the 2010 film 'The Town' and Harry Gregson-Williams's score for 'Unstoppable'. He also assisted with score preparation for Gregson-Williams's Narnia suite that was performed at the Royal Albert Hall for the 2010 Concert for Care.
Currently he assists David Buckley on various projects including the Ridley/Tony Scott executive produced TV Series 'The Good Wife' and was the lead orchestrator on his upcoming score for the Nicolas Cage/Nicole Kidman film 'Trespass'.