Luc is a London-based Director and Producer.
He works across film, television and commercials. His experience with established talent brings diverse, complex characters to life on screen, with a subversive sense of humour and cinema aesthetic honed from a background in large-scale theatre.
Luc's films have screened at BFI Flare London and at festivals including Austin, Rio de Janeiro, Amsterdam, Leeds, Manchester and Glasgow. His large-scale work has been seen by millions of viewers on BBC1. He has directed Oscar-winning actor Daniel Kaluuya in theatre work, and talent including Gwendoline Christie, Tom Burke and Samuel Barnett.
Luc cut his teeth on UK television sets, observing up-close on series featuring Olivia Colman, (Beautiful People BBC2), Rupert Everett and Rory Kinnear (Quacks BBC2), Mark Gatiss, Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton (Psychoville BBC2) and Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley (Absolutely Fabulous BBC1), by leading directors including Matt Lipsey and David Kerr, Catherine Morshead and Jeff Greenstein, and a mentorship with legendary British comedy Producer, Jon Plowman.
In Australia, Luc has built experience in high-end television directing through the Screen NSW Director's Attachment program, shadowing on Fremantle / The CW Network surfing drama series, Barons.
Luc's first film, Specimen (2016), made while still a student at The London Film School, screened at the BFI London in official selection at the BFI Flare Festival, also travelling to Rio de Janeiro.
His film, The Mermaid of Mevagissey (2019) starring Gerard Kearns (Shameless, Chernobyl), Joe Absolom (Doc Martin) and Jessica Gunning (Pride), had its American premiere at Austin Film Festival, and screened at the London Short Film Festival, Manchester and Leeds film festivals, Amsterdam Lift Off and Visione Fantastiche Italia.
In the commercial space Luc is a Producer-Director with a portfolio including an award-winning campaign he wrote, produced and directed in Australia for Lendlease.
He has also shot several genre-bending opera films.
Luc was Artistic Director of the Coronation Festival Gala at Buckingham Palace in 2013, an outdoor, multimedia concert of stars performed for the Queen and an audience of 20,000, with a primetime BBC1 broadcast that notched up 7 million viewers.
He has worked extensively as an Associate Director on productions at the Royal Opera House, English National Opera and Young Vic Theatre.