Luke Coffee worked for over 5 years in Los Angeles for both Warner Brothers and NBC/Universal cutting his teeth as the post-production coordinator for such shows as “Everwood” and “Las Vegas.” He returned to Texas in 2007, soon after starting his production company, Coffee Productions, Inc. Luke spent the next two years shooting and directing music videos, a series of web commercials, and a documentary he also co-produced, about the Austin, Texas live music scene for European TV. In 2009, Luke spent six months living in Cape Town, South Africa, where he produced a spec travel series entitled “Gypsy Kings-South Africa” geared toward the 2010 World Cup.

Luke is also a working actor, booking various roles in national commercials, music videos, television and feature films. His highlights include co-starring roles on NBC’s “Friday Night Lights”, Jerry Bruckheimer’s “Chase” and the lead role in Ridley Scott’s film “The Hunt,” shot in South Africa.

Luke now resides in Dallas where his full service production company is located at RockHouse Studio under the umbrella of his mentor Rocky Powell's company.

Coffee produces and directs everything from music videos to corporate/industrial videos and web-based content while focusing mainly on broadcast spots. Over the last several years Luke has earned more than 10 national awards in advertising for the commercials he has directed. He produced the romantic comedy “Language of a Broken Heart” with Rocky who directed the film. The film was released theatrically in Spring 2013 in over 12 markets and is available via iTunes and Amazon. Coffee recently finished his first feature documentary which he directed entitled “Old Man Football” which is now seeking distribution. He also co-wrote, produced and directed “Cubicle Cowboy,” a comedic mockumentary surrounding colorful Texas characters. His passion project, “Texas Angel” which is a feature he has written, is now in pre-production. Luke will be producing it alongside Rocky Powell who will be directing the feature which is based on a true story. Luke is excited to be officially added to the director roster for Rockhouse Films. He has partnered with such agencies as The Marketing Arm, Agency Creative, Funnel Design Group, Greenlight and Twin Oaks on brands like Doritos, FedEx Office, YMCA, SPCA, Assist Wireless and Kim Bariatric Institute, to name just a few.

Luke Coffee has also been a featured artist in the publication Art House America.