Dan is Dezeen's US editor, and runs the company's operations in New York. With a background in architecture, he moved into journalism after university and interned at Dezeen before becoming a full-time member of the editorial team in June 2012.
Dan was promoted to design editor in 2014, when he was responsible for all of Dezeen's design content, then appointed deputy editor in 2015. That year, Dan was shortlisted for PPA Writer of the Year and PPA Digital Writer of the Year awards.
After helping to set up Dezeen's New York office in May 2015, Dan moved to the US full time in March 2016. He now leads a growing team that covers architecture and design across the Americas.
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Mexican town Tulum has transformed from a sleepy hippie community to a lively tourist destination in a few short years. We've selected five design-focused accommodation options in the tropical forest and along the turquoise waters of the Riviera Maya resort. More
Visitors can now scale British designer Thomas Heatherwick's giant honeycomb-like sculpture at New York's Hudson Yards, which has opened along with the other public spaces at the vast West Side development. More
New York studio Snarkitecture has taken over a space at Hudson Yards to allow the public to explore its experiments, including an inaugural installation comprising a landscape of cork-clad columns. More
New York City's Hudson Yards neighbourhood is finally opening to the public, so we've put together a guide to the skyscrapers, public spaces and attractions that make up the mega development's first phase. More
Design gallery The Future Perfect has opened an exhibition space inside a townhouse in New York's West Village, filled with collectible homeware and featuring a wooden staircase designed by David Chipperfield. More
This renovated hotel in New Orleans' historic Garden District features a blend of contemporary and antique furnishings, and is decorated with vintage musical instruments as a nod to the city's jazz heritage. More
There has never been a more critical time for design exhibitions focused on climate change, says Cooper Hewitt director Caroline Baumann, ahead of the museum's Nature triennial that will show "how designers can save the planet". More