The Mill London welcomes back Luke Morrison to the Colour Team.
After starting his career in London over a decade ago, Luke returns after working out of The Mill’s Chicago studio since 2013.
Luke played a key role in establishing The Mill’s Midwest studio, leading the Colour team and nurturing new talent including the likes of fellow Colourist Mikey Pehanich.
Over the years Luke has established long lasting relationships with key directors and agency clients. His portfolio includes Michelob Ultra’s ‘Perfect Fit’, the Canadian Olympic Committee’s ‘Be Olympic’ and KitchenAid’s ‘Yours for The Making’. His impact on internal Mill and external culture in both London and Chicago means his return to London has been eagerly anticipated by colleagues and many collaborators in the industry.
His scope of work has been recognised with multiple awards as well as numerous best Colourist nominations. He has collaborated with brands such as JEEP, Miller, Beats, Porsche, State Farm, Wrigley's Extra Gum, Jack Daniels and Lexus and regularly partners with top directors such as Wally Pfister, Pete Riski, Mark Romanek and Ian Pons Jewell
Armed with his AICE wins for Toronto ‘Maple Leafs’, Luke brings with him an immense amount of experience and his time working in a different market will help to further bolster London’s flourishing Colour Team.
Luke is currently nominated for 3 AICE awards across ‘Color Grading: 90 Seconds and Under’, the ‘best of midwest’, and ‘Colour Grading: Over 90 Seconds categories’ including Canadian Olympic Committee "Be Olympic" with Ian Pons Jewell.
London Head of Colour, Seamus O’Kane states “It’s a pleasure to welcome Luke back to London and his creative mindset and character will be an important addition to the Colour team as we continue to build our client relationships and develop our technologies and workflows.”
London Managing Director Sean Costelloe also comments “I’m thrilled to have Luke back in the London studio. He is a phenomenal, award-winning creative and a great addition to our world class colour grading team.”