Damian Santamaria

Damian Santamaria

If you want to change the world, first you need to change the media.

My mission is to bring together key players to make Sublime a strong and influential media offering, starting with our international print and online magazine and working towards radio, TV and film.

Over the past six years I'm proud to have worked alongside and partnered with some of the most exciting brands, organisations and personalities that share our values, amongst many others: the UN heritage programme, the Rolex AE, Lexus hybrid, Aveda, Rado, Smart Cars, Osklen, Nikon, Organic pharmacy, Weleda, and Barclays Wealth.

I love to chat about the media industry, exciting businesses and how we can work and grow together to make this world a better place for everyone.

If you’re interested in collaborating or learning more about our business approach, please don’t hesitate to get in touch at info@sublimemagazine.com

A perfectly draped top made from recycled fishing nets? Earrings crafted from waste plastic bags – the ones that drift annoyingly into treetops? New York-based Danish designer Malaika Haaning is loved by the fashion press – and her go-to fabrics are making strides towards a sustainable future

Sustainable fashion is, no doubt, the new cool. In addition, paying it forward is becoming the currency of a better, kinder world

Climate change is often seen through a policy or scientific lens, and solutions are discussed only in political offices, boardrooms and negotiating halls. ArtCop21 launched ahead of the UN climate talks in Paris, aims to challenge those tropes

There are many who campaign to see zoos around the world close for ever. But who can show us the silent suffering their unwilling occupants endure? The 2015 Wildlife Photojournalist Award Winner Britta Jaschinski has made this her life's work

Our relationship with luxury is changing. After a long love affair with the superficial, we are starting to feel uneasy, dissatisfied even, and exploited. We can’t quite put our finger on it, but something’s wrong. The luxury goods we once craved aren’t offering the high they used to; they’ve lost their power, their tempting sparkle, and seem somehow shallow