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Luc is a London-based Director and Producer.

uc is a London-based Director and Producer, experienced in film, television, commercials, theatre and opera. He is interested in stories of complex characters embodying big themes, in naturalistic and heightened genres. His background in theatre and opera have shaped his directing style with a focus on performance, particular use of sound and highly visual dramatic beats.


Luc's films have screened at the BFI and festivals around the world. His first short film, Specimen, screened in official selection at BFI Flare. His second short film, The Mermaid of Mevagissey, starring Gerard Kearns (Chernobyl, Shameless), Jessica Gunning (Baby Reindeer), Jodie Tyack (Wreck) and Joe Absolom (Doc Martin) screened at major festivals including Austin Film Festival and London Short Film Festival.


In television, Luc has shadowed directing on Fremantle's 6-part high end drama series, Barons.

He has created award-winning commercial work in the digital space.


In theatre, Luc has directed outstanding British talent including Daniel Kaluuya in scenes from Romeo and Juliet staged at Buckingham Palace, Gwendoline Christie and Tom Burke in Restoration at Salisbury Playhouse, and Samuel Barnett with Gemma Redgrave in a reading of Jon Fosse's Mother and Son at the Young Vic. Notably, Luc directed Adam Kay (This is Going to Hurt) in his sell-out Edinburgh show How to Be A Bogus Doctor at the Pleasance.


In opera, Luc has created genre-bending films and multimedia productions of Tales of Hoffmann and The Magic Flute.


Luc has been an Assistant Director to Katie Mitchell (Idomeneo - English National Opera, Miss Julie – Barbican / Berlin Schaubühne), Benedict Andrews (Ulysses Return - Young Vic) and Des McAnuff (Faust - English National Opera), as well as an On-Staff Director at the Royal Opera House on numerous productions. He is a graduate of The London Film School and the National Institute of Dramatic Art in Australia.





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