As an artist, technician and curator, Luke’s interdisciplinary work looks to explore and understand the world in which we live. These inquiries began through photography and painting, but are now formalised across multiple and unlimited forms out of his home studio in Bristol.
Academic work is centred around the concept of ‘Curating Research’ (or Progressive Research Communication) – a curatorial dream which looks to revolutionise the way research is presented and consumed by society. He is part of a ‘generation of creators’ who Holden (2015) suggests are omnivorous in their approach, ‘moving ideas from one part of culture to another’.
Luke’s Living Legacies and Court Painter portraiture projects have been the subject of shows at Bristol’s newest and oldest major art galleries, forming the basis for current portrait commissions.