Damian was born at a very young age, and has since grown taller and grown heavier if not grown up.
Damian has a lifelong interest in the arts, and has worked in print, theatre, and video. He currently practices the trade of location Sound Recordist for independent movies in Vancouver, BC, Canada.
He served as on-set Sound Recordist or Camera Operator for five feature-length narrative movies, a one-hour documentary, many short dramas, a couple of TV commercials, and many shorts for the Web. As a freelance Videographer, he shot and edited stage performances, public lectures, award presentations, comedy sketches, and interviews. He worked as both volunteer and employee for community television channels in BC, Ontario, and the Yukon.
For three years, Damian was Editor of "Independent Voice", the progressive community paper of Kingston, Ontario. He systematized the design, streamlined the workflow, and cultivated a community of contributors. He also performed the desktop-publishing chores to prepare the paper for print, and updated the paper's website with the full contents of each issue.
Before that, he was a founding editor of "Write Away" (now "Island Writer"), the literary journal of Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands, published in Victoria, BC.
Damian is also a Writer and Editor. His stage plays have been performed internationally by independent theatre troupes. His prose fiction and comics work has been published to some small acclaim. His critical evaluations of others' work have been described as “both diplomatic and helpful”.
He has also been a freelance Writer and Editor for such clients as the BC provincial government, the Galiano Island Chamber of Commerce, the National Farmers' Union, and private clients.
Email Damian at Damian.Lloyd@Gmail.com.
Name: Damian Lloyd
Lives in: Vancouver, Canada
Company: Panic Stations Media Corporation
Occupation: Sound Mixer
Unique traits: Long hair in a ponytail, funny nose and glasses, cheesy Van Dyke, generally goofy-looking.
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The Fallen Angel
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The Long Connection
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The Mischievous Shoes
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A Life After
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Obviously Not Porn
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Here for Scarlett
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Film by Dan Zukovic (Comedy and Drama) Sound department A Global Film Noir with dark comic elements about Silas Breece, a legendarily unorthodox business hustler who travels the world seeking capitol from bizarre investors, mobsters and government officials for a series of increasingly elaborate projects. Written by Anonymous
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The Stereotypical Gay
Television (Comedy and Drama) Cinematographer The Stereotypical Gay is comedy series produced in Vancouver, BC. It follows the (mis)adventures of a stereotypically gay man and his inability to integrate into the straight community. From being an uninvited guest at a house party to being on a blind date with a straight man, The Stereotypical Gay shocks, disgusts, and sometimes even enrages the people around him. Written by anonymous
Not the Same
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Keep in Coffee
Television (Short, Comedy, Drama and Romance) Sound department Each episode depicts a short conversation between two characters. The conversations will be awkward sometimes, very dramatic, mysterious, romantic, or cute at other times.