Luke Eldridge

Luke Eldridge

Independent Producer

Luke Eldridge is a first-time producer from the UK who found his calling with the 2012 ShortDocs Challenge. He has spend the past couple of years discovering and listening to the great public radio story-tellers from across the Atlantic and felt compelled to follow their lead. Eldridge works in Financial Services during the day but always has one ear out for the fascinating stories in everyday life that go untold.

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