Starting as a lead guitarist for a rock n' roll band, he subsequently became a successful still photographer, eventually finding his artistic home in directing and cinematography. He began with directing music videos in Toronto which resulted in MMVA Nominations (Much Music Video Awards).
Expanding his horizons beyond music videos and into more narrative work, Lux lensed the arthouse film ‘Sleeping Dogs’ that premiered in various international film festivals including TIFF (Toronto). He then wrote and directed the short film ‘Solitude’, which was succesfully received in Los Angeles, Miami and South Africa. ‘Solitude’ received the highest cinematography award nomination from the Canadian Society of Cinematographers and nomination for Best Narrative Film in South Africa . Subsequently Lux photographed ‘Seth’ which received Best Picture and Excellence in Cinema at the New York Independent Film Festival.
Director - 2007 CSC Nomination (Canadian Society of Cinematographers), Best Drama Short "Solitude"
Director - 2007 Everglades Film Festival, Best Short film for "Solitude"
DP - 2006 New York Independent Film Festival, Best Feature Film for "Seth"
DP - 2006 New York Independent Film Festival, Excellence in Cinema for "Seth"
Director- 2006 Much Music Video Awards Nomination, Best Rap Video for "Dirty Dot"
DP - 2005 San Francisco Urban Kids Film Fest, Best Feature Film for "Devotion"
DP - 2005 Reel World Film Festival, Star! Audience Awards for "Devotion"
DP - 2005 CCMA Awards, Best Video of the Year Nomination for Aaron Pritchett "John Roland Wood"
DP - 2005 BCCMA Awards, Video of the year for Lisa Brokop, "Hey Do you Know Me"
DP - 2004 BCCMA Awards, Video of the year for Lisa Brokop, "Wild Flower"
DP - 2004 Leo Awards, Best Music Video Nomination for Emerson Drive "November"