Daniel Milroy Maher is a London-based freelance writer, editor and publisher. He has written extensively on subjects ranging from photography and film to art and design.

He is a co-founder and editor of
, an annual art and photography publication that is distributed by
and stocked in locations such as Tate Modern, Serpentine Gallery, Whitechapel Gallery, The Photographer’s Gallery and Palais de Tokyo.

Daniel is also a freelance editorial assistant for
It's Nice That
, was previously a copy editor for
, and has contributed to publications such as
The New York Times
The Guardian
National Geographic
Magnum Photos
, and 
among others.

Interview highlights include speaking with
Richard Mosse
about photographing environmental destruction in the Amazon; with
Kengo Kuma
about sustainable design and the future of Japanese architecture; and with
Jon Gray
about designing book covers for literary giants like Zadie Smith and Sally Rooney.

Coupled with a previous role at
, Daniel is well-versed in print and digital publishing and has significant experience in editorial strategy, copywriting and editing.

Listen to Daniel’s podcast interview about SWIM with

︎danielmilroymaher@gmail.com         ︎@danielmilroymaher