Director and writer

As a film-maker Luke was named one of Screen International’s ‘Stars of Tomorrow' and one of Broadcast Magazine's 'Hot Shots'. His feature, Let it Snow, which premiered on Netflix in 2019 garnered widespread audience and critical acclaim. He is currently writing and developing a number of features including one with Mae Martin and Joe Hampson.

An experienced TV director as well, Luke directed Feel Good Series 2 for Netflix for which he won Best Director of a Comedy Drama/Situation Comedy at the RTS Craft Awards 2021. Other credits include Britney for BBC, Smothered (Rough Cut / Sky) Wanderlust for BBC One and Netflix, The A Word for BBC Two, Banana for E4, and Temple for Sky Atlantic.

Feel Good is a beautiful achievement, kind, human, as clever as it is funny.

Rebecca Nicholson
The Guardian on Feel Good Series 2

The second season of “Feel Good” is fiercely — sometimes frighteningly — brave, complex, and painful, but always damn funny. Heralding the arrival of a truly singular creative force, it’s one of the best queer shows of the year.

Jude Dry
IndieWire on Feel Good Series 2




Creator Mae Martin & Joe Hampson
  • Charlotte Ritchie
  • Mae Martin
  • Lisa Kudrow
  • A semi-autobiographical comedy-drama following comedian Mae Martin and her on-off girlfriend George. It explores sexuality, trauma, gender and addiction.

    Objective Fiction for Netflix
    Creator Charly Clive and Ellen Robertson
    Writer Charly Clive and Ellen Robertson
    Drama Republic for BBC 3
    Bad Wolf
    In Development
    Drama Republic
    In Development
    3 x 60'
    Producer Liza Marshall & Barney Reisz
    Writer Mark O'Rowe
  • Mark Strong
  • Drama about a surgeon desperately trying to find a cure for his dying wife. English-language adaptation of hit Norwegian series Valkyrien.

    Hera Pictures for SKY Atlantic
    3 x 60'
    Creator Nick Payne
    Producer Roanna Benn
  • Toni Collette
  • Steven Mackintosh
  • Zawe Ashton
  • New drama by award-winning writer Nick Payne about love, lust and relationships in contemporary Britain.

    Drama Republic for BBC One
    Producer Jenny Frayn
    Writer Peter Bowker
  • Christopher Eccleston
  • Morven Christie
  • Lee Ingleby
  • Second series of The A Word, from BAFTA-winning writer Peter Bowker.

    Fifty Fathoms for BBC One
    Producer Eric Coulter
    Writer Tony Grounds
  • Michelle Keegan
  • Luke Pasqualino
  • Series following an army medic at a refugee camp in Nairobi.

    BBC for BBC 1
    Creator Andy Yerlett
    Producer Jenna Jones
  • Sarah Hadland
  • Ardal O'Hanlon
  • Family comedy

    Left Bank Pictures
    2 x 30'
    Creator Russell T Davies
    Producer Emily Feller
  • Freddie Fox
  • Luke Newbury
  • An 8 part drama series for E4 written and created by Russell T Davies. 

    Red Production Company for E4
    Creator Claire Downes, Stuart Lane and Ian Jarvis
  • Sarah Hadland
  • Russell Tovey
  • A comedy about the daily troubles of staff at a job centre.

    Big Talk Productions for ITV2
    Writer Line Lindergarten

    Standalone film Sink or Swim feature as part of Channel 4's Coming Up series 2013

    Touchpaper for Channel 4
    Creator Rae Earl
    Producer Marianne Buckland
    Writer Tom Bidwell
  • Sharon Rooney
  • Claire Rushbrook
  • Hit series about teenager Rae, based on book of the same name.

    Tiger Aspect for Channel 4
    6 x 30'
    Creator Harry and Jack Williams
    Producer Sarah Hammond
    Writer Harry and Jack Williams
  • Imran Yusuf
  • Simon Greenall
  • Comedy series for BBC Three set in a fried chicken shop

    Two Brothers Pictures / Bwark for BBC Three
    Rough Cut for SKY

    Director & Co-writer 

    Writer Mae Martin & Joe Hampson
    Objective Fiction
    In Development


    Writer & Director & Producer 

    Nominated BAFTA: Best Short Film
  • Bill Milner
  • Charlotte Beaumont
  • Kate Miles
  • Film about a boy who woos his next door neighbour with a mixtape.


    Producer Dylan Clark and Alexa Faigen
  • Isabela Merced
  • Kiernan Shipka
  • Joan Cusack
  • Adaptation of  the bestselling YA book by John Green, Maureen Johnson and Lauren Myracle.

    Short created as part of the Old Vic New Voices 24 Hour Film
    Old Vic New Voices
    Rooks Nest Broadcaster
    In Development

    Writer & Director 

  • Bill Milner
  • Izzy Meikle-Small
  • Charlie Rowe
  • Lil Woods
  • Film about a boy's year nine school disco
    2AM Films
    Producer James Sorton

    One man remembers his father on the anniversary of Charlie Chaplin’s passing.

    2AM Films