Luke Reichle

Luke Reichle has been a working designer for over thirty-five years. Upon graduation from Pacific Fashion Institute he held positions at design houses from Perry Ellis and Calvin Klein to Levi-Strauss and Harley-Davidson. His film design career began as a PA for the legendary Ann Roth.

A move to Los Angeles brought him to the attention of Michael Ritchie for whom he designed several productions, including the multiple Emmy winning The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader Murdering Mom, The Scout and a film of the long-running off-Broadway musical, The Fantasticks!

Luke Reichle has been a working designer for over thirty-five years. Upon graduation from Pacific Fashion Institute he held positions at design houses from Perry Ellis and Calvin Klein to Levi-Strauss and Harley-Davidson. His film design career began as a PA for the legendary Ann Roth.

A move to Los Angeles brought him to the attention of Michael Ritchie for whom he designed several productions, including the multiple Emmy winning The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader Murdering Mom, The Scout and a film of the long-running off-Broadway musical, The Fantasticks!

Lured into design for the little/big screen by Jerry Bruckheimer Television for CSI Miami, he went on to design Without a Trace and The Forgotten for JBTV. Other credits include Soul of the Game, Scoundrels, The Hypnotist's Love Story, Take Two and Castle.

A prolific studio artist he is represented by Ethos Contemporary Art LA. As a writer/producer/host, his web series, Secrets of the Red Carpet, received Streamy Award nominations for both Best Show and Best Host. He is a multiple nominee and winner of the Shorty Award for Social Media in Fashion.

Luke has served on his Peer Group Executive Committee, Awards Committee and Television Academy Honors Committee.

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