Damon started in the industry at 18 years of age, getting a job at London Post as a Runner after distributing CVs around Soho. Having left school at 14 and after a brief stint in the army, Damon was new to the world of TV, obtaining his first credit at the age of 21 on a linear online.
Damon joined The Farm in 2004 where he worked for 18 years as both an Online and Offline Editor on every genre from light entertainment to critically acclaimed documentaries.
Having worked on numerous BAFTA and RTS nominated shows throughout his career, Charlie Brooker’s 2016 Wipe won the BAFTA for Best Comedy Entertainment Show, which was both onlined and offlined by Damon. A further nomination came in 2020 when Damon onlined and offlined Charlie Brooker’s Anti-Viral Wipe from home throughout lockdown.
Damon is able to work to tight deadlines, from delivering X Factor in the part breaks to Netflix’s Death to 2020, delivering a week before broadcast. Damon also likes to spend time on complicated onlines, going the extra mile to ensure each shot is perfect.
Outside of the edit suite Damon enjoys skydiving, is a British Parachute Association Free Fly Coach and a Dad of three.