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My name is Luke Martin and I am a content creator. I am currently a student at Baylor University and am a student worker for Baylor Athletics creating content for social media. 

Outside of content creation, I enjoy watching movies, spending time with friends, and watching or playing hockey. 

 

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In 2019 I created LM6 Media (then called LM6 Productions) in order to have an outlet for media content creation. Since then I have done the occasional freelance jobs, however, my best work experiences come from two main sources: The Stockton Heat and Baylor Athletics.

The Stockton Heat

During the 2021-2022 season I was an intern for the Stockton Heat, the AHL affiliate of the Calgary Flames. During my time with the organization, I worked under the director of communications to assist with content creation including social media edits, media day content game day previews, in-game scoreboard hype videos, and photography. This internship gave me a great opportunity to combine my love for hockey and my passion for video production. This opportunity allowed me to grow in my skills and it opened up lots of opportunities in the field of media production. 

Baylor Athletics

After transferring to Baylor I began working with BaylorVision Creative Services as a video production student worker. In this role I have helped out with editing in-game content, capturing content during games, editing pregame videos, recap videos and one-offs, assisting with media day shoots, and editing content requests as they come along. This job has allowed me to work professionally within the college sports environment and I've had opportunities to travel and improve my work. Among the technical improvements that this job has taught me, one of the biggest things I've learned is how to edit videos with quick turnarounds during games and maintain a high quality standard while doing so. 

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Education

Since my freshman year of high school, I have been taking media production classes. I was a part of the school announcements team and yearbook in high school. The quality of my work began to really increase during my time at San Joaquin Delta College where I majored in Radio and Television. During my time at Delta College, I participated in lots of class projects as well as ran a show on the college radio station. 

After Delta College, I transferred to Baylor University where I continued my education as a Film & Digital Media major and a Journalism Advertising minor. At Baylor, I have continued to grow in media production through working on student film sets (primarily as a 1st Assistant Director) and through the athletic department.

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