Luc is a London-based Director and Producer.
He brings to the screen stories of diverse, complex characters often searching for their place in shifting worlds, crafted with touches subversive humour, considered art direction and focus on performance. His films have screened at the BFI and festivals internationally.
Luc's experience with acting talent, honed from years in theatre, included work with outstanding British talent including Daniel Kaluuya, Gwendoline Christie, Tom Burke, Samuel Barnett, Gemma Redgrave and Tamsin Egerton. He also directed Adam Kay in sell-out Edinburgh Festival comedy, How to Be a Bogus Doctor.
Luc's first film, Specimen, made while a student at The London Film School, screened in official selection at the BFI Flare Festival. His next film, The Mermaid of Mevagissey, starring Gerard Kearns (Chernobyl, Shameless), Joe Absolom (Doc Martin) and Jessica Gunning (Back, Pride), had its American premiere at Austin Film Festival, and screened at the London Short Film Festival, Manchester, Leeds, Amsterdam Lift Off and Ravenna.
Luc has built experience directing high-end television drama via a director's shadowing scheme on Fremantle's 8-part surfing drama series, Barons.
Luc creative directed The Coronation Festival Gala at Buckingham Palace, involving headline talent and 400 performers, with a television broadcast on BBC1 to 7 million viewers.
In the commercial space, Luc has also made a portfolio of award-winning content.