Luke Palmer has been composing since he was 12 years old, and through his childhood and teenage years wrote three piano sonatas, a piano concerto and a set of symphonic poems, among many other experimental pieces. In 2007 he founded the improvisational fusion band Strange New Worlds, which played many live shows featuring on-the-spot compositions, including the famous Dazzle Jazz Club in Denver, Colorado. After a (successful but ultimately unfulfilling) foray into software engineering, Luke is reuniting with his passion for music, with a new interest in production and sound effects. He composed the score for the indie space-exploration game Gravmari by Hubris Arts and his second piano sonata was used in BBS: The Documentary (episode: "Make it Pay"). Luke has recently been experimenting with electronic and ambient music forms, but has not lost touch with his roots in piano. Luke is currently seeking compelling artistic collaborations where he can have a role in creating a masterpiece of film or gaming (which does not necessarily imply big-budget; just that the creators care deeply about their piece).