Luis is an award-winning Spanish film composer based in Madrid. Graduated in Piano and Music Theory by the Associated Board of the Royal School of Music (UK) with a Master Degree in Filmscoring (Centro Superior Katarina Gurska) receiving the 2015 award in the category of Best Soundtrack that same year.
Since his graduation, Luis has focused his attention on composing for film/TV as a freelancer with Dopplermedia Studios. He attended to Penka Kouneva ́s Orchestration Masterclass in Los Angeles on March 2017, wrote the original score for the indie film "The Dragon Kingdom" (UK), spanish series "Wake Up" for RTVE, and the film “Junglemahal the Awakening”. As well as orchestrations for spanish premiere of "The Witcher" by Netflix. In 2020 he composed de original score for the spanish film "75 Días" produced by Spainwood FIlms, directed by Marc Romero, and premiered at Malaga´s International Film Festival.
Leader of Lamprologus from 2009 to 2015, he won 5 national awards for best live band, released 3 albums and a live DVD. Since 2017 he created the band Primal Core with Jose A Casado, playing at big festivals like “Sonorama Ribera" and “Tribu Fest”. Currently working in their second album, that will be release soon.
Multi-instrumentalist, he has always been involved with live music and theater having performed as lead singer, guitarist, pianist, bass player and being also a live engineer for plenty of shows. As lead orchestrator, Luis has been involved in several Spanish shows like “The Circus”, “The black cat” or “Magallanes” and worked as Music Director and Producer for many others.
After signing with Alondra Music and ONErpm, he released the single "Back & Forth" along with an EP called "Songs for Balance". He is now releasing an orchestral album named "Foundation" in where he explores his most emotional instrumentals, starting with a symphonic orchestra along with some intimate string quartets and electronic music.