Luke is a documentary photographer and visual storyteller based in Kansas whose work plays on the interludes between the human condition and our relationships with the conditions which inform our realities; religion, politics, culture, environment.
Utilizing art with facts, Luke's goal is to create impactful and beneficial storytelling through exploration and education in a way that's visually engaging.
Luke has multiple works in the permanent collection of the Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art as well as commissioned works hanging in the Staley School of Leadership Studies, and the Morris Family Multicultural Student Center at Kansas State University.
Our world is an interesting reality, so I photograph it.
Luke is represented by ZUMA Press and is available for assignments and image licensing.
Exhibitions & Features
2021: Manhattan Arts Center, "Two Weeks Two Cases," Solo Show, Kansas
2021: Morris Family Multicultural Student Center, "Selected works from Black Lives Movement Social Unrest Protests and work from India," Group Show & Permanent Collection, Kansas
2020: Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art, "Selected works from Covid-19 and Black Lives Movement," Group Show & Permanent Collection, Kansas
2019: Manhattan Arts Center, "Three Naive Portrait Artists," Group Show, Kansas
2017: Staley School of Leadership Studies, "20th Anniversary of Leadership Studies," Group Show & Permanent Collection, Kansas State University
2017: The Fellow Gallery, "LOST-India & Nepal," Solo Show, Kansas
2008: Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art, “Destruction Framed: Photographs of the Chapman/Manhattan Tornado,” Group Show & Permanent Collection, Kansas