Luke started presenting radio shows on his local station was he was 16. He later went on to win the Sony Rising Star award in 2012 for his breakfast shows on DAB station Fun Kids and can now be heard Saturday mornings on pop music station The Hits Radio across the UK.
On TV he went on to front the second series of Pet School on CBBC and in the same year became the first ever online presenter for BBC1’s The Voice.
He is now part of the presenting line up for ITV show Scrambled on Saturday and Sunday mornings and the online presenter for The X Factor, bringing backstage gossip from the auditions and lives, interviewing the judges and contestants throughout the show.
Luke is also an experienced live host, regularly fronting new music night ‘Showcase Live’ from under Chelsea football stadium and also lifestream’s for major pop acts.
On Youtube Luke makes his own comedy videos, pranks and even the occasional song, including Mum Direction, which he released for charity with the help of Harry Styles’ mum. His online videos have seen him work with brands including Very.co.uk, Blinkbox Music and travel vlogging with Thomson Scene holidays.
Luke once acted out a film script with Ariana Grande, interviewed Kermit the Frog and massaged Jason Derulo.
At the end of 2015 Luke was the online presenter for Capital’s Jingle Bell Ball, worked with Netflix on the social campaign for the hugely successful original show, Love and voiced a campaign for Spotify choosing his favourite artists of the moment.