Luke lives in Bangor, Northern Ireland with his wife Rachel, daughter Abigail and son Joshua. Leaving school after his GCSEs Luke studied Media Production at college for his A-Levels then went on to Belfast Metropolitan College to study a HND in Media: Moving Image. After this Luke studied for 2 years with The Open University and now holds a BA Open Degree.
Luke worked on small independent films for several years before moving up to higher level productions as a trainee camera grip. He worked on the feature film 'Killing Bono', BBC drama 'Christopher And His Kind'' and several episodes of HBOs 'Game Of Thrones.' Wanting to be more creative and not content to just haul heavy equipment around all day, Luke decided to go it alone and create One Noise Media.
Luke holds no delusions of grandeur. If you meet him you will probably find him in jeans, converse and a superhero t-shirt. Having had less than enjoyable experiences in the professional film industry as well as with local media persons, Luke aims to be different from everyone he has ever met in the industry. Taking inspiration from one of his childhood heroes, Spiderman, Luke aims to be 'your friendly neighbourhood video guy', with realistic prices for honest and friendly work free from pretentiousness. Luke does not see you as a "client", he sees you as a person.
As well as videography Luke enjoys stills photography, writing and recording his own music, American sports (namely Ultimate Frisbee) and all things sci-fi and comic books.