Luca trained at LAMDA (London Academy of Music & Dramatic Arts) and now works as a freelance lighting designer, video designer and lighting programmer. Luca also works within the Lighting Departments at both Hampstead Theatre and The Young Vic. Luca is particularly interested in working closely with various creative departments in a cohesive way through technical theatre to create a single modern synchronised product, that enhances storytelling rather than hindering it.
Recent Lighting & Video Design Credits include
Edith (The Lowry / Theatr Clwyd); If Opera's 2022 Season La Rondine, Il segreto di Susanna, and Rita (If Opera- Belcombe Court); Diary of a Somebody (Seven Dials Playhouse) for which he was nominated for an Offie in Lighting Design; The Faction’s 2021 Triple Bill of Medea/Worn, Douglass, and Duende (Wilton’s Music Hall, & Stephen Joseph Theatre); A Double Bill of The Wardrobe Ensemble's Education, Education, Education and The Last of the Pelican Daughters directed by Sarah Frankcom (ArtsEd ALWF Theatre); Jesus Christ Superstar (Sainsbury Theatre); The Wonderful World of Dissocia (Sainsbury Theatre); La Forza Del Destino (Regents Opera); Cymbeline (Sainsbury Theatre); Julius Caesar (Sainsbury Theatre). Sole Video Designer Credits include: The Dream Collectors (Derby Theatre).
Credits as Assistant Lighting Designer, Associate Lighting Designer and LX Programmer and Relighter include:
The Merchant of Venice 1936 (HOME Manchester); David Suchet : Poirot and More (Hampstead Theatre); Cinderella (Theatre Royal Stratford East); Sons of the Prophet (Hampstead Theatre); Christmas Carol (Belgrade Theatre); The Apology (Arcola Theatre); Snow White (Hull New Theatre); The Fellowship (Hampstead Theatre); Mary (Hampstead Theatre); Cinderella: The AWESOME Truth (Polka Theatre); 60 Miles by Road or Rail (Royal & Derngate)