In 2010, Luke received the Outstanding Design and Technology Student award from BYU's Theatre and Media Arts department.
In 2011, Luke was on the costume design committee for the Heloise Crista Project, funded by the Laycock Center for Creative Collaboration in the Arts. Heloise Crista is a former dancer who switched to sculpting part-way through her life. Her sculptures capture a sense of motion, and counter balance, and balance. They are also unique representations of womanhood, family, and are deeply spiritual. Pam Musil, Associate Professor in the Modern Dance Division of the Department of Dance, was amazed when she saw Crista's work and decided to head a dance concert based on the different sculptures.
In the 2012 Region VIII Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival (KCACTF), Luke received the Award for Excellence in Costume Design for her contribution to BYU's production of Peter Pan in 2011. Luke went on to compete at the national level and won the National Partners Design Award and a trip to Korea.