Born and raised in Noting His, West London, Damaris has always been at the centre of music, fashion and art scenes in London and has since established herself as an important member of the underground indie British music scene.
Damaris started her career in TV at T4's Pop World but soon went into work in the music industry. Chrysalis Publishing was her first stop ( The Echo label) driving campaigns for British Artists such as;Moloko, Roisin Murphy and Bat For Lashes. After succeeding on the label side of the business and becoming Billboard 30 under 30 nominee, Damaris went on to head up marketing campaigns at a variety of record labels including; Universal Music, Mercury, Geffen and Parlophone. Her previous position as a Senior Marketing Manager at Parlophone Records includes her own Project Management roster of Kylie Minogue, Pet Shop Boys, LCD Sound System, Chemical Brothers, Snoop Dogg and Eliza Doolittle. She achieved global success across the roster.
Millenial culture and the idea of evolving global trends are at the heart of Damaris' working drive, which lead her to work at Trace Magazine in NYC on the advertising team where she expanded her knowledge of global 'transculturalism' through music and fashion. From there, Damaris co-founded Milk Artists, a creative marketing and management agency, which launched the Pet Shop Bpys' album, 'Electric', the first independent release from the duo in 20 years. it reached number 3 in the album charts.
Damaris joined Disturbing London in December 2015 as General Manager and in 2016 joined the prestigious Music Week's Women in Music Roll of Honour. She brings her wealth of knowledge and experience to the music business and is an integral part of whats next for Disturbing London.