Daniel Milroy Maher is a London-based freelance writer and editor. He specialises in photographic journalism and his interests include the environment, climate change, sustainability, and human rights.

His writing has been published by
The New York Times
The Guardian
National Geographic
Magnum Photos
among others. He was previously an editorial assistant for
It's Nice That
and a copy editor for

Interview highlights include speaking with
Richard Mosse
about photographing environmental destruction in the Amazon; with
Gregory Halpern
Carolyn Drake
Jim Goldberg
about documenting wildfires in America; and with
Kengo Kuma
about sustainable design and the future of Japanese architecture.

In his spare time, Daniel works as the editor of
, an annual art and photography publication that he co-founded in 2015. SWIM is distributed by
and stocked in locations such as Tate Modern, Serpentine Gallery, Whitechapel Gallery, The Photographer’s Gallery, and Palais de Tokyo.

︎danielmilroymaher@gmail.com         ︎@danielmilroymaher