About Damion Taylor
Damion has spent the last 15 years applying data and technology to entertainment. Both analytical and creative, he brings a unique skill set that’s in high demand for brands and media companies such as Warner Bros., NBC Universal, Machinima, Mitu and New Form. This means he has spent his career observing and understanding the motivations that drive people's actions. After witnessing the Central Park Karen incident and murders of Ahmaud Abery and George Floyd in 2020, he decided to use his company and skills to make a positive impact on the world.
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