Lukasz Daniluk completed an MA in Audio-visual Translation with a focus on video game localization at the University of Roehampton. He worked as a freelance professional within the film and TV industry with main interests in video editing, translation and transcription. He is currently enrolled on a doctoral programme at the University of Roehampton, in which he is conducting an ethnographic study of rap and hip-hop culture in the Polish diaspora in Britain as well as Polish Hip-Hop culture in Poland. In his study he investigates the influences to which Polish youth are exposed in Britain and the negotiation that takes place and subsequently comes to be reflected in their linguistic and cultural practices. As a multi-theoretical study it explores identity, nationality, authenticity, cultural flows, transnationalism and linguistic globalisation.