Emmy Award winner Damon Stout is a Scholarship Alum of the Berklee College Of Music in Boston. After formal training in composition and arranging, Damon attended UCLA for the Film Scoring program. His multi-instrument talent and years of performing aided in his success freelancing for The Coca-Cola Company. Damon wrote and produced over 40 commercial jingles for Coca-Cola and other clients for TV and radio, in national and international markets. He has scored numerous feature films and television programs ranging from conducting a 65 piece orchestra to performing the score on an array of samplers. He won an Ohio Valley Chapter Emmy for his original music in The Golem (2000) (TV). Damon's foray into writing and directing started with receiving a Los Angeles Local Emmy Award for his Sci-Fi short, Nomad, Roe (2000). He then continued by writing and directing TV commercials for Coca-Cola, Pizza Hut, KFC, and Pepsi, then to his feature film, Bulldog (2002). Hired to direct and produce a feature length documentary, Higher Ground: Voices of Contemporary Gospel Music (2004) (V), via Image Entertainment soon followed. Damon has further expanded his film production talents to include cinematography, editing, and post production sound. He is also the co-founder of the LA-based indie rock group, "The Diviners" and just recently produced and performed on the 12-track CD "Celtic Pink Floyd"