Luke Boyce is a young but experienced filmmaker, having been involved with the process since he was 14 years old working on a Roger Corman film in Los Angeles. In 2006, he co-founded the award-winning production company, Shatterglass Studios. Through his skills as a director and creative leader, Luke has gone on to direct over 100 productions through Shatterglass, including films, commercials and documentaries, having won numerous awards for many of them, including a regional EMMY award for a documentary showcasing the 14th Annual Roger Ebert’s Film Festival. Through Shatterglass and his partnership with producer, Brett Hays, he has gone on to play important roles in several award-winning narrative projects including the 2007 short film “Sugar” which won “Best Short Film” at the Bend Film Festival and the feature length “Leading Ladies” which won the “Best of the Fest” award at Newfest in 2010, as well as recent features like “The Drunk” which starred Tom Sizemore, and “The Origins of Wit and Humor” starring Steve Lemme. Luke’s intense passion for cinema and the art of motion pictures not only led him to develop Shatterglass, but to bring it to the forefront of independent filmmaking in Illinois. Through his initial vision, Shatterglass was one of the very first beta testers of the original Red One camera in 2008, and he has helped to build the company’s reputation to that of being one of the premiere independent producers in the midwest.