Luke Hutton
Luke Hutton’s approach to filmmaking evolves from a strong background in the arts. He is classically trained in music, dance and theater and spent a number of years working as a musician and actor before taking a seat behind the camera. Hutton began his journey as a filmmaker directing television ads and short form documentaries before moving on to the University of Southern California’s School of Cinema-Television where his work has garnered considerable praise. He is a recipient of the Thomas Bush Award for excellence in Cinematography, the Fotokem Student Filmmaker Grant, and the Caucus for Television Writers Directors and Producers Student Production Award. Hutton is currently keeping busy directing commercials, short form TV spots, and developing several feature film projects. Luke Hutton was awarded a Production grant at USC in 2002 for I Remember

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