Damaris' experience includes short-term roles at Peters Fraser & Dunlop Literary Agency, Quite Great Publicity, Decca Records and Hazard Chase. She joined Classic FM in 2013 as the station's Brand Manager. She founded Artium Media Relations in 2017.
Damaris graduated from the University of Manchester with a First Class BSc (Hons) in International Management, including time at both Manchester Business School and Foster School of Business, University of Washington. She also has a background in the performing arts, and plays the French Horn.
Kathryn graduated with a BA (Hons) in Music and Philosophy from Royal Holloway University in 2016. Alongside her studies, Kathryn was team leader of community choir Sing-Along Surrey, a member of the Opera Society and helped co-ordinate concerts in the music department. After gaining experience in marketing with technology app Garden Compass, Kathryn completed an extended internship with Askonas Holt, working in the marketing division and on reception. Kathryn joined Artium Media Relations in 2017.
Steve qualified as an accountant in 1980 and began working in the entertainment business in 1984 when he joined a large music management company. He enjoyed a wide range of experience in the music business before working in the theatre industry where he specialises in production accounting for West End productions. Steve started his own practice in 2003 before joining forces with Steven Anderson in 2005. He now looks after a variety of clients in both music and theatre.
James Brown studied the viola at the Royal College of Music and was subsequently a member of the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra and the London Philharmonic Orchestra. He founded the artist management company Hazard Chase in 1990 and was Managing Director until 2020. He is a director of Artium Media Relations. He is an Honorary Member of the Royal College of Music and an Honorary Life Member of the International Artist Managers’ Association, of which he was Chairman from 2003-5. In January 2013 he was selected as the Association of British Orchestras/Rhinegold Publishing “Artist Manager of the Year” for 2012.