Having spent most of his life inside clubs, warehouses, and amidst the guts of festivals, he has made a habit of studying the complexities of the human experience and supporting from every angle the electronic music community. Real name Lindsey Graham White, but known under several other road monikers, Luke was born in the dark corners, warm asphalt and to the sweet smell of New York City garbage in the tear of the 80’s. Having barely missed the age of Paradise Garage and the Loft, Luke was raised on the soundboards of Twilo, Limelight, Stereo, Tunnel, CBGB, and Cielo. Luke’s formal background began in corporate trial law (McDermott Will & Emery) and boutique criminal law and litigation (Judd Burstein P.C.). Luke worked over the course of a half-decade for Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton both in the Senate office, as well as on K Street, in fundraising at HillPac. Having worked many years since in almost every facet of the music industry including at William Morris Endeavor, and managing some of the most heavily touring DJs in the world, it remains his life’s pursuit to never stop cultivating an ethos of continual learning. As the COO of SnowGlobe Luke carries out all operations, planning and logistics for the festival under CEO Chad Donnelly and CMO Jeffrey Lesan. As the Senior Music and Events Manager under David Corso at Corso Agency, he directs the music programs for the company and for Corso’s roster of brand clients (Heineken, DPSG, Stronach Group, Restoration Hardware), as well as booking all talent for the Heineken House stage activations at Coachella and Outside Lands. Consistently dedicated to helping brands and companies navigate the electronic music landscape, he maintains that the most valuable assets are the individuals who form the team, and only when operations are properly understood, translated, and communicated can the process of scaling up begin.