Mornay, Luke

Born as Luke Mourinet in St Claude, Guadeloupe (France), Luke Mornay is a French producer and recording artist. He started his career in 1991 as a DJ & songwriter in France, Producing local artists and later went on to London and served as a French market talent scout for Pete Waterman Entertainment. He relocated to Belgium and formed remixing Duo Ruff and Jam (together with Jean-Marie Moens a.k.a. Ruff), finding international success with a remix of Kylie Minogue's 'Love at First Sight'.

In 2011, he co-wrote tracks for the solo album of Hooverphonic's ex lead singer Geike Arnaert. As a mix engineer he got credited on releases for singles, remixes and albums for Craig Armstrong, Robbie Williams, Amy Winehouse, Frou Frou, The Killers, Marianne Faithful, Sophie Ellis Bextor and Axelle Red.

Shortly after these efforts, Mourinet started a Chicago house‐influenced project under name Fortun8 Fellaz, with releases quickly scooped up by Fatboy Slim’s Southern Fried Records.

In 2020, Cherry Pop released his remixes of Kids in America, Cambodia and View From a Bridge on deluxe releases of Kim Wilde's first two albums Kim Wilde and Select.