Lucas Martín, Instructor, Berklee Study Abroad | Berklee Valencia Campus
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Lucas Martín

Instructor Berklee Study Abroad

Lucas Martín started working as a studio engineer two years before he graduated with a degree in media studies from the CEU Universidad Cardenal Herrera. In 2009, he moved to the United Kingdom where he combined teaching roles in several institutions, such as Trafford Council, the Manchester College, and the Royal Northern College of Music, with sound engineering and video production freelance projects for different festivals, theaters, music venues, and national media organizations.

In Their Own Words

“I really like to share the passion I feel about every aspect of technical live-event production. My teaching style is based on the learning-by-doing method, in which students are actively involved in technical live-event production from day one and throughout the semester.”

“I think it’s important for performers, engineers, and professionals from the music-business industry to understand not only the technical aspects, but also the specific language behind every live event.”

Career Highlights

  • Live sound and live recording engineer with credits including Jack DeJohnette, the Soul Rebels, Django Bates, Adrian Utley (Portishead), Liane Carroll, and Tim Garland
  • Other clients include the Manchester Jazz Festival, FutureEverything Festival, BBC Radio 2, and Classic FM
  • Video engineer and installation designer with credits including John Helliwell (Supertramp), Gary Carpenter, Pepe de Lucía, Manchester Camerata, the BBC website, and Guinness World Records


  • Escuela Superior de Comunicación, Higher-level Sound Technician certificate in C.E.V.  Imagen y Sonido, Madrid, Spain, 2002-2004
  • CEU Universidad Cardenal Herrera, Audiovisual Communication, Valencia, Spain, 2004-2009