Luke Luby

Writer in Torrevieja, Spain

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Luke Luby is a journalist and digital content producer that has spent a decade across both niches. During this time, Luke Luby has worked with a variety of organizations, including J. Barter Travel, where he served as a digital marketing specialist, ACS Anchor Solutions Ltd, where he was a marketing manager, and several others.

Throughout his career, Mr. Luby has also contributed to a variety of publications, including App Trigger, WhatCulture, HeadStuff, and more. He is currently a daily contributor to Geek Spin, a position he has held since 2018. Alongside this, he serves as an SEO Content Producer with ArticleNut, which he has held since December, 2018.

Before starting his career, Mr. Luby attended Griffith College Cork (GCC), which he eventually graduated from with a B.A. in Journalism in 2013. Following this, he received a Higher Diploma in English from University College Cork (UCC), which he graduated from with honors in 2014.

While studying at GCC, he was heavily involved in the college’s radio station and annual magazine, where he served as entertainment producer and host, and arts & features editor, respectively. During his time with UCC, Luke Luby regularly contributed to the college magazine, Motley Magazine.

As a result of his work with the publication, Motley reached the finals of two awards inthat year’s Student Media Awards. Since then, he has continued to work as a self-employed journalist and contributed to a variety of publications.

In 2016, Mr. Luby began serving as a digital marketing specialist with J. Barter Travel, where he was responsible for a variety of tasks. Some of the most prominent of these have included social media and email marketing, search engine optimization (SEO), and much more. As a result of his efforts, J. Barter Travel reached the finals of the Cork Digital Marketing Awards 2016 in four categories.

Alongside his professional career, Luke Luby has supported a variety of philanthropic causes, with many of these focusing on mental health awareness and suicide prevention.

  • Education
    • University College Cork
    • Griffith College Cork