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

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

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

Daniel is also 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.




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