Manager (USA) - Grandview
Benjamin Rowe -

Film/TV (USA) - CAA
Darian Lanzetta -
Ida Ziniti -
Dan Rabinow -
Praveen Pandian (TV) -

Film/TV (UK) - Curtis Brown
Jess Cooper -
Kat Buckle -

Commercial/Branded Content - Blink
Paul Weston -


Luke 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 film Mixtape was nominated for a BAFTA for Best Short Film.

After directing on shows My Mad Fat Diary, Banana and The A Word he was the lead director on Wanderlust written by Nick Payne, starring Toni Collette and Temple written by Mark O’Rowe, starring Mark Strong.

His debut feature film is Let It Snow, an adaptation of John Green, Maureen Johnson and Lauren Myracle’s YA novel starring Isabela Merced, Shameik Moore, Odeya Rush, Kiernan Shipka and Joan Cusack. The film was released by Netflix in 2019 and was nominated for a GLAAD award in 2020.

In 2021 he won an RTS award for his directing work on Mae Martin and Joe Hampson’s show Feel Good starring Mae Martin, Charlotte Ritchie and Lisa Kudrow. The show also won the NME Award for Best TV Series and was ranked at number 6 on The Guardian’s 50 best TV shows of 2021.

Most recently he was the final block director on One Day, Nicole Taylor’s adaptation of David Nicholls’ much loved book that debuted to critical and audience acclaim on Netflix in February 2024.

Luke is also attached to direct a feature film adaptation of Ariel Kaplan’s book We Regret To Inform You and a new film from Mae Martin and Joe Hampson with Vertigo and Objective Fiction. As a writer/director he has feature film Sunflower with Fifth Season and The Deadly 7, a movie adaptation of Garth Jennings’ (Sing) children’s book series.

Luke is represented by Curtis Brown in the UK, CAA & Grandview in the US and Blink for commercial and branded content.  He is a member of the DGA and Directors UK.