Mexico City, 1979.
Damián García studied Cinematography at Mexico City’s CCC (Center for Cinema Studies) and specialised as Director of Photography in Barcelona, at the Film and Audiovisual School of Catalonia (ESCAC). Since 2003, Damián has worked in cinema and advertising and has shot films like Chicogrande (Official Selection and Opening Film at the 58th International Film Festival of San Sebastián, Best Cinematography at the 32nd International Film Festival of Havana and nominated for Best Cinematography by the Mexican Academy of Film Arts and Sciences in 2010), El Infierno by Luis Estrada (nominated for Best Cinematography by the Mexican Academy of Film Arts and Sciences in 2010), La Vida Precoz y Breve de Sabina Rivas, directed by Luis Mandoki (nominated for Best Cinematography by the Mexican academy of Film Arts and Sciences in 2013), Güeros (Best Cinematography in Tribeca 2014, Ariel for the Best Cinematography by the Academy of Films Arts and Sciences in 2015). In 2015, Damián shot Desierto by Jonás Cuaron (staring Gael García Bernal and Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and Mr. Pig by Diego Luna (staring Danny Glover and Maya Rudolph). In 2016, shot the first season of the TV mini-series Mars, produced by Imagine Entertainment and Radical Media.