Born in 1972 in Springfield Massachusetts Chris DiMauro is a lifelong resident of the Pioneer Valley. As a teenager he worked along side his talent agent mother. Chris has worked with many international stars such as Bridget Moynahan, Eric B and Rakim, Shaba Ranks, and 38 Special. Chris founded Springfield’s first digital 24 track recording studio Ridgewood Recording in the mid 90s while trading his time between Springfield and New York City. He cowrote and coproduced award winning jingles. During that time Chris also founded the nonprofit M.U.S.I.C. Coalition. A group dedicated to promoting the original music and art of Springfield.
In the late 90s Chris opened Springfield’s first artisan cooperative by converting a 20,000 ft.² of old a downtown Mill building into 25 individual artist rehearsal spaces open 24 hours. During which Chris cofounded the Life at Harmony café. Springfield‘s first licensed all night cabaret, performance hall, and coffee bar. By the millennial he had had enough of nightlife, show business, and entertainment altogether and left for a “regular life”.
Chris enjoyed over two decades of professional success working in the material handling and forklift industry working with Clark and Komatsu. Later, he worked as a commercial real estate broker with Springfield‘s largest firm NAI Plotkin.
Chris lives with his wife of 20 years and 8 year-old daughter in Western Massachusetts. He enjoys skiing, AHL hockey, cooking/eating, and gaming. He currently works as a creative director for both internet and broadcast media. He also provides production support throughout southern New England.