Luke Gillett – Videographer, audio artist, coder, image and mural designer, photographer, designer of all things digital or analogue.
Born in Toronto, Canada, Luke Gillett, spent his younger years working in his father’s business of furniture and industrial outdoor fixture sales and design before moving to Niagara to go to school for Graphic Design at Niagara College.
He works across many disciplines combining skills in audio, video, code, still image and design production with various forms of dissemination both digital and analogue.
Notable are: the Trius Tasting Stars experience, an audio visual experience designed to enhance to the winery’s sparkling tour and the Lowery Family barn mural at Ravine Winery, a painted mural that iconizes the 4 generations of the Lowery family that have owned the property since Canada’s confederation. Has helped vision and brand Backhouse Restaurant, the Niagara Jazz Festival and Haste and Hustle Marketing Conference. He is a proud member of Niagara’s Arts community and has sat on the St. Catharine’s Arts committee board and the Niagara Food Festival and Niagara Jazz Festival board.
As an artist he has created an installation at Major’s Hill Park for Canada Day celebrations, participated multiple years at In The Soil arts festival, created immersive projection for Essential Collective’s play The Valley, designed the stage and projections for Gallery Player’s show Elements,as well as, exhibiting furniture and art at a gallery show in NYC.
As we move into 2018 he will move more into coding with OpenFrameworks and Unity using these skills to expand into installations and interactive displays for museums, shows, and marketing.
Watch for the launch of the Bridging Meaning installation in the headquarters of the Niagara Region in March and installations for In The Soil arts festival utilizing old TV’s and projection.
The Trews play Niagara Food Festival – 2013
Prince Charles visiting Niagara College in 2009
Think you have an idea that is impossible to create?
I would love to hear about it. Drop me a line.
If I can’t help you personally I will try to point you in the right direction.
Drop me a line.