Luke Flynn

Luke Flynn, composer

Luke Flynn (b. 1988) is a composer, arranger, and conductor with a highly active career in film, television, and the concert hall.

In the media industry, Flynn’s Hollywood music department credits include over 100 of the biggest
movies and television series of his lifetime, including Avatar 2: The Way of Water, Star Wars: The Last
Jedi, Frozen II, and many others.

As a concert composer, his works are performed regularly throughout the world, including commissions
and performances by major symphony orchestras, choirs, and ensembles in over 20 different countries as
well as throughout the U.S. He is also an active guest lecturer and conductor, visiting professional
ensembles, universities, and high schools around the globe.

Flynn is a graduate of Butler University, Clarke University, and The International University of
Kagoshima in Japan. His primary composition mentors include Michael Schelle, Amy Dunker, and
Tadashi Kubo.

He resides in Iowa with his wife and daughter, where he conducts all of his work from his studio.