| Luke Perry|
| 1983 (1983) Cradley Heath, West Midlands, England|
Inustrial Heritage Monuments 2007-
Birmingham City University
Luke Perry (artist) Wikipedia
Luke Perry is an English artist known for his monumental sculptures most especially those celebrating the heritage of the Industrial Revolution, particularly in the Black Country. He is the director and chief artist of his non-profit company Industrial Heritage Stronghold.
After an early career in documentary film - winning a Bronze medal for short film at the London International Short Film Festival - he returned to the Black Country to establish Industrial Heritage Stronghold (IHS); a not for profit organisation which was to be a vehicle for the production of large-scale public artworks. He has won numerous awards to date including the Cultural Champions Award (Presented by the Minister for Culture Ed Vaisey MP) and Birmingham City University Alumni of the year. His more recent works can be viewed on www.industrialheritagestronghold.com He began to receive national recognition in 2010 when he was a co-presenter of the Channel 4 television series Titanic:The Mission.