I'm a filmmaker and writer. I'm also kinda good at ultimate frisbee.
I wrote, directed, and edited a short film about three college students having conversations that span a variety of topics, from sleep schedules to frisbee, from dating to the Boer War — when they really should be studying.
I produced and edited a documentary about the first ever Black teacher to work at my high school, and the legacy of spirit and service he inspired during his tenure.
Luke Wilhelm is a third-year English major at the University of Washington. Born in Michigan and raised in the California Bay Area, he's written, directed, edited, colored, and filled many other roles on a diverse array of films. Luke is the co-president of the UW Film Club, where he programs screenings, writes reviews, and covers film festivals. His hobbies include doing crosswords and making pour-overs, and he thinks Ocean's 12 is better than Ocean's 11.
work [at] aluketothepast [dot] net for professional inquiries.
Thank you to Avinash of Easy Tutorials for the guide I (loosely) followed to make this website, Austen Holland on Stack Overflow for the rainbow effect code, and Brian Liu for that sick photo of me.