Damien is a storyteller.
From an early age, Damien was attracted to directing films. At the age of nine he made a ten part series about an evil doctor bent on ruling the world. In the same year he remade Labyrinth and Back To The Future II. You can see these films here.
Damien’s early short films The Gardener, Someone to Love and Aussie Idol were commended in multiple film festivals, including the Dendy Awards for Australian Short Films.
Damien has a strong background directing and writing for film, TV, documentaries, advertising and corporate work. The last few years have seen him direct domestic and international projects for Red Bull, Air New Zealand, Telstra, Commonwealth Bank, Crown Group, Camp Gallipoli, Qantas, National Stroke Foundation, IBM, McDonalds, Herman Miller, Sydney Opera House, Communications Council, Austrade, Cancer Council, Greater Western Sydney Giants, Sydney Film Festival and Oaktree. He was a director on comedy reality series MTV Style Me, nominated for two ASTRA Awards. In 2013 he directed music documentary The Other Stage, which screened before the ARIAs. With Nick Boshier (Beached Az, Bondi Hipsters) he made two comedy shorts, Finding Oprah Winfrey and Finding Ellen Degeneres. In 2014 he released comedy pilot Town Centre, starring Zac Drayson, Garry Who and a cast of Sydney’s finest up-and-coming comedians.
Damien strives to deliver the most engaging, emotional and authentic content, with a special affinity for narrative.
Currently Damien is represented by Engine Room Productions.