For more than 30 years, Paul Loomis has been writing an unbelievable success story in the music business as a composer, keyboardist, producer and entrepreneur. He has multi-platinum credits for songwriting and production, a Grammy nomination, feature film credits as a composer, and numerous awards for commercial music. Paul started playing clarinet in grade school, later moving to saxophone and writing for his high school jazz band. By age 19, he had switched to piano and was selected to apprentice with the National Jazz Ensemble and study with some of jazz's greatest in NYC.

After studying with Miles Davis's arranger, the famed Gil Evans, he won grants from the National Endowment for the Arts and enrolled in the University of North Texas's acclaimed music program, later graduating with a degree in music composition. Over the next 20 years, Paul moved from touring keyboard player, to session musician, and eventually entrepreneur, as he opened his own recording studios, which grew into a multimillion dollar advertising agency and production company.

After nearly 30 years in business, his studios have hosted a who's who of the music industry, and the ad agency has worked with national brands and household names to help build their businesses. Even after all this, Paul continues to adapt with the ever-changing music and advertising business, developing new business models and ideas, still studying music and continuing to work on new projects.

Tre is a two-time Grammy-winning music producer/engineer—a songwriter, engineer, mixer, guitarist and programmer combined to make one skilled producer. In the world of record production, he has logged studio time with a wide range of multi-platinum artists, including Lady Gaga, G-Unit, Kirk Franklin, Los Lonely Boys, Blake Shelton, Mercy Me, Pat Green and Snoop Dogg, to name just a few. He has written, produced and played on numerous pieces of music for FORTUNE 500 companies, such as Apple, RadioShack, Ford Motor Company and Smirnoff Vodka.


Tre was valedictorian of the renowned Full Sail Center for the Recording Arts in Orlando, winning four director awards during his tenure there. He went on to gigging with bands and developing his skills in the recording studio and has spent the last decade honing his craft as a producer, garnering multiple awards, most notably Grammy wins in 2008 and 2012. He continues to work with a wide range of artists and styles and pushes the envelope of his projects creatively.

A 2004 graduate of Full Sail Center for the Recording Arts, Marcus has been honing his engineering skills in a variety of different applications, from sound design and dialog replacement for movies, to music production, live broadcast and audio restoration.

Prior to Luminous Sound, he worked with clients ranging from the American Heart Association and Comedy Central to American Airlines and Mary Kay. Now full-time at Luminous, Marcus manages and engineers all of the studio clients’ radio and television spots as well as assists on projects from artists like Sheryl Crow, Kirk Franklin, and Don Henley.
  • Hannah handles the business end of the studio and music production company and is an invaluable asset to not only the business, but to our clients as well. If you have a question about a booking or the billing capabilities of the studio, she’s the person to ask. Hannah holds a degree in music business from Belmont University in Nashville and also spent time studying advertising and graphic design at LSU. An avid music fan and concert-goer, she is well versed in almost every genre of music. Prior to joining Luminous, she worked at the Robinson Film Center in Louisiana and brings experience with communications, PR, social media, and event planning. Contact Hannah and begin your Luminous experience today.
We wouldn't be able to produce so much diverse, quality music, if it weren't for our amazing network of talented engineers and musicians. When you work at Luminous Sound, you always have access to top-rate engineers and some of the world's best musicians to ensure your project will be the absolute best it can be.