Luke Jacomb, a renowned glass artist based in Auckland, New Zealand, founded Lukeke Design in 2006, which has now been rebranded as Luke Jacomb Studio. With a focus on glass casting and blowing, Jacomb has emerged as a leading figure in the international studio glass movement.

Having garnered acclaim both locally and internationally, Jacomb's work is featured in prominent private and public collections worldwide, including the Ebeltoff Glass Museum in Denmark, the Corning Museum of Glass in New York, USA, and the New Orleans Museum of Art in Louisiana, USA.

Today, Luke Jacomb Studio operates a glass casting studio in Te Atatu and a glass blowing 'hot-shop' in Avondale, both located in Auckland, New Zealand. Collaborating with a team of talented glass artists including Matthew Hall, Scott Dunster, Kate Mitchell, Lauren Richards, and Mike McGregor, Jacomb continues to push the boundaries of glass artistry and innovation.