Luther College Alumni Association

Reunions have long been an important part of the Luther College calendar of events, however, like many things this past twelve months we have had to adapt and evolve and think outside the square. Given the current uncertainties, we have decided to postpone reunions until we can be confident, they will proceed. And when they do, you can expect some long overdue celebrations.

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Great connections rely on the domino effect – one person contacting another, contacting another, contacting another… So, what are you waiting for!? We now have an Alumni Group on Facebook. So jump on and help us take a virtual walk down memory lane. You can also email photos and updates to

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Alumni Stories

Chris Zwar, Class of 1991

Chris Zwar is a leading FX artist and animator based in Sydney where he currently freelances in the film, tv and advertising industry. The Sydney Opera House and How to Train Your Dragon are just some of the amazing projects on his resume.


Greig Fraser, Class of 1993

For most people, stepping into the Batcave or standing in front of a Star Wars X-Wing would be nothing more than a fantasy, but for Class of 1993 Alumni Greig Fraser, it’s a reality.


Anne Middleton, Class of 1984

Anne produced the stunning painting of Australian actor, Guy Pearce that won her the 2018 Archibald People’s Choice Award.

Alum Anne Middleton working on a portrait of Guy Pearce as he sits next to her

Ain Raadik, Class of 2016

Since graduating from Luther College in 2016, Ain has built a successful career in the adventure photography and videography industries.

A man dives into a lake, with mountains being seen in the background

Cameron Clark, Class of 2018

Cameron Clark, Class of 2018, made international headlines in May 2019, taking out the highly anticipated Red Bull Paper Planes World Finals in Austria.

Cam Clark competing at the Red Bull Paper Planes World Finals

Chelsea Xu, Class of 2015

Having completed a Bachelor of Biomedicine at the University of Melbourne (UoM), Chelsea is now undertaking the Doctor of Medicine.

A former Luther College student at her graduation from the University of Melbourne

Amanda Kimpton, Class of 2003

Looking for a change in 2004, Amanda decided to spend twelve months working in outback Australia. Fifteen years on, she’s still there!

Amanda Kimpton

Ryan Walkenhorst, Class of 2001

Ryan epitomises the elite athlete who through discipline and persistence has built the commitment, mental strength, and endurance to excel at a world class level in his sport.

Alum Ryan Walkenhorst riding a bicycle as part of World Ironman Championship

Michael Hollis, Class of 2017 & Mike Emmett Class of 1990

Two Michaels who missed each other at Luther by 25 years are back on campus together capturing the College’s stories through video and photography for the benefit of the community they value maybe even more today.

Two alumni film a video together in a courtyard setting

Laura Langdon, Class of 2012

Armed with a Master of Occupational Therapy, Laura works full time on the surgical oncology ward at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre.

A former Luther College student receives an award at the Change Makers Conference

Grace Tink (Gellert), Class of 1968

“After all these years, with my lifelong connections, I guess you could say I’m Luther through and through.”

A school photo of alum Grace Tink from when she was a student at Luther College

April Batchelor, Class of 2007

“What I value most from my time at Luther is all I gained from the amazing people I met.”

April Batchelor diving

Leah Walkenhorst, Class of 2007

As a mortgage broker, Leah finds satisfaction in educating and empowering clients so they can cut through all the poor advice out there surrounding property finance.

Leah Walkenhorst 2