Luis is a graduate from the New York Institute of Photography. However, his love of photography started when his father bought him a Pentax K1000 (which he still owns). This was an excellent camera for him because it taught Luis the basics (aperture setting, shutter speed, composition, etc.). His appreciation for his new "hobby" grew so much that any spare change he had, he would save and buy film. Eventually, Luis bought a new Minolta Maxxum film camera.

Many years later, and many interests later, Luis returned to photography. He got serious about his craft and enrolled in the New York Institute of Photography. While studying, Luis moved to Puerto Rico and started working for the AM radio station, WPAB 550, as their official photographer. He also worked as a freelance photographer and photographed several festivals, rock concerts, social/corporate events, and weddings. His love of nature photography grew at this time, as well, appreciating all the beauty the island had to offer.

In the summer of 2006, Luis moved back to Pennsylvania and in 2007, graduated from the New York Institute of Photography. In October of 2006, he joined the Chester County Camera Club. He gained valuable information from the photographers in the club, who conducted various workshops and lectures on many different areas of photography. Through his hard work and dedication to better himself, Luis won a large number of photography awards and eventually moved up in the ranks to become president of the club. In 2008, he won third place in the Chester County Camera Club's Photograph of the Year competition.

Luis' photographic interests are in wedding, portrait, sports, social/corporate/family events, and nature photography. He enjoys taking candid shots at all these events for it truly captures the spirit of the event.

In 2018, Luis graduated with another certificate from the New York Institute of Photography in the course Photoshop for Photographers.