About Damon Martin
|Also Known As||:||Damon Landis|
|Imdb Profile||:||IMDB Profile|
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Damon Martin is an American film producer, having served as Executive Producer on a dozen films since 2004. He is also the former President and Founder of Departure Studios, which has performed post-production audio services for approximately fifty independent feature films since the company's inception before being acquired by Black Satellite Records owner Ian Colhoun and re-named Black Satellite Sound Post. In 2007, Damon while still owner of Departure Studios, partnered with film financier Michael Roban CEO of Cold Fusion Media Group. Cold Fusion Media Group provides financing for independent films in the form of finishing funds, tax credits and rebates, and mezzanine lending to qualified motion picture productions. Damon has left the company as of June 2009 to pursue other interests and is no longer affiliated with the Company. Damon also has a history of success in the music industry. He was the bassist for the band Naked, and co-wrote the Billboard Top Ten rock track "Mann's Chinese" as well as Gavin winner Top 40 Song of the Year "Raining on the Sky." Damon also produced the Latin Jazz record "Black Orchid" with legendary bassist Al McKibbon. Description above from the Wikipedia article Damon Martin, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.