Luke Santilli can be trusted in producing excellent work often at short notice. The quality of his work is exceptional. We worked with him on a national newspaper campaign which was a huge success. I look forward in working with Luke again very soon.
Luke Santilli worked for The Sunday Express during 2014/2015 taking photographs to accompany a weekly column by Chas Hodges of Chas ‘n’Dave fame. The column was on allotment gardening and Luke devised, set up and lit all the pictures quite beautifully. He came up with some clever and original visual ideas and managed to make the photographs different every week. He delivered the images promptly and was a delight to deal with. I would have no hesitation in recommending him for illustrative photographic work.
Luke Santilli is a photographer who has the talent to catch the moment.
Luke Santilli’s work for us with Whoopi Goldberg was very impressive. Luke is an amazing talent with a great eye for photography. No doubt his success will continue to grow as a recognised and respected photographer ...
I would highly recommend Luke Santilli who took control of our valuable Beatles 1964 USA tour photographic catalogue (over 1,000 negatives) in 2015. Luke restored and archived it and selected and reproduced around 20 of the best images which were subsequently used in a pop-up gallery in Soho, London. In addition Luke’s photography work for our DVD products was excellent. Luke and his company provided a complete solution!
Luke Santilli was the stills photographer on the the film of Ray Cooney’s ‘Run For Your Wife’. Luke provided some excellent cast and behind the scenes photographs which were used for press and promotional purposes for the film. He has the personality to get on with talent and to create a relaxed environment in which to take photographs. I have no problem recommending Luke’s work.
Luke travelled with us to Zambia and captured the heart of what we do at Beyond Ourselves. His images were excellent and told not just our story as an organisation but the stories of the communities and people we partner with too. We have been able to use these images in our marketing and social media to promote the charity and raise awareness and funds for the work that we do.
We commissioned photography by Luke Santilli for a national DVD campaign, his work was both creative and commercial. We would have no hesitation in recommending Luke and his team.
My favourite series of the exhibition was Inzanagi and Izanami by Luke Santilli. This was a very conceptual series that is intended to show how everything is in a constant state of flux. Unfortunately the screen version doesn’t do justice to his work, as the printed version was just amazing. It looked like a stylised abstract painting and the colours were really eye catching. There is just enough detail in each of the images to have an idea of what the subject matter is, but you had to get up close to see what was going on. The thing that really made this series was the printed book that accompanied it. The book uses a Japanese bookbinding technique to give it a real hand-crafted look. The pages inside were not your typical shiny white but instead had a variety of textures. Some of the pages that contained text were printed on a transparent paper and it felt like I was holding an artists precious diary. The catalogue that comes with the exhibition has the details of all the photographers and through it I managed to contact Luke and order a copy of his book – I’m going to surprise myself with it on Christmas morning
Luke Santilli has undertaken work for Paradise Wildlife Park and Wildlife Heritage Foundation. The quality of the work was exceptional and Luke is a wonderful person to work with, you simply give him the brief and he then just gets on and creates wonderful images. Luke’s work at WHF involved photographing our lodges for what became a record breaking campaign with Secret Escapes and a lot of this success was definitely as a consequence of the amazing pictures.