Current Residency: Colorado Springs, CO
Occupation: Chef/Owner, Four by Brother Luck
Chef Brother Luck started working in professional kitchens when he was 14-years-old. During high school, he was awarded multiple culinary scholarships through competition cooking organizations such as C-CAP (Careers through Culinary Arts Program) and The Art Institutes (Best Teen Chef 2001). Luck graduated from of The Art Institute of Phoenix and is a Certified Executive Chef through the American Culinary Federation. After culinary school, Chef Brother Luck continued to work in many fine dining kitchens around the world including the Takitei and Kinjhoro Ryokans located in Kanazawa, Japan. His first restaurant Brother Luck Street Eats was inspired by street food from around the world. In March 2017, he opened Four by Brother Luck in downtown Colorado Springs focusing on the four providers behind his cooking - hunters, fisherman, farmer and gatherers. He has received numerous accolades including "Best Local Chef" and "Most Cutting Edge Restaurant" by The Gazette Newspaper and Colorado Springs Independent. Ready for the next challenge, he is no stranger to competition after winning his episode of Beat Bobby Flay and appearing on Chopped.