As an audiovisual design engineer and project manager at TEECOM, Luke strives to improve his corporate clients’ lives. The user experience is his primary focus. So often, complicated or improperly installed AV is a pain point for clients. Luke designs AV so the technology is seamless to workflow and enjoyable to use. Clients should be able to effectively interact with the technology in their spaces, he believes.
Luke cooks up one mean risotto, though you would not have thought it possible if you knew him in his early 20’s. After a life of unhealthy eating, no sleep, and way too many “red-eyes” from Starbucks, he moved to the Bay Area and, healthwise, restarted his life. He began cooking and came to realize that fresh food, in fact, has flavor and veggies are delicious! He cooks a meal with Rachel every night. Some of their favorite cuisines to prepare are Chinese and Thai food, specifically Tom Kha Kai.
Since he was a toddler, Luke has loved everything AV. He played with any audiovisual device he could get his hands on. He was fascinated by field audio recorders, tape decks, reel to reel, video cameras and editing decks, and microphones. Luke’s early passion paved the way for a successful career at TEECOM.
Imagine a nonprofit that pioneers research to discover music that is proven to generate healthy, happy vibes. That is Luke’s vision for Integrated Music, the nonprofit that his partner — in life and creativity — Rachel Goodloomis, and he established a few years ago. Their organization strives to integrate the healing properties of music into education, health care, and community.