Multipotentialite | Singer-Songwriter | Web Producer | Creative Director
Florida bred by way of New York, Damien Lamar Robinson has more than 25 years of combined experience in various sectors such as banking, finance, graphic design, web development, nonprofits, fundraising, and the arts providing a wealth of knowledge. He was one of the original team members for Friends of Hemming Park (now known as James Weldon Johnson Park), serving as operations manager and director of office administration where he oversaw daily events, managed vendors, coordinated capital improvements, and hired and supervised the Park’s ambassador staff.
Previously, Damien Lamar worked for Fidelity National Financial as a legal assistant and accounts. He also worked for First Union Bank as a corporate services analyst and at Bank of America, where he was a post-closing mortgage specialist. Damien Lamar has been an integral part of the city's community for decades. He has served as Operations Manager at the Garden Club of Jacksonville where he was pivotal in grounds and building maintenance. Additionally, he served as the first African American to be in an executive role in the organization's 100-year history.
Robinson's commitment to his community is reflected in his participation on boards and committees throughout Jacksonville, Florida. For two years before the pandemic of 2020, Damien Lamar served as a contributing producer on northeast Florida’s NPR affiliate, WJCT where he curated, hosted, and self-produced his first radio music show, Taste Test, now streaming on Mixcloud. The show was the springboard to his music news and review podcast called Taste Test Live. Damien Lamar was the lead male vocalist in two bands, Neon Motherboard and KTG Entertainment. Now a resident of New Hampshire, Damien currently owns and operates ProfessorClock Media, Inc., a digital brand and design enterprise and emergy author of the forthcoming Time Traveler's Digest, a new historical fiction and podcast series.