Dan May Styling
Having studied photography and styling at London college of fashion Dan started his career at 10 Magazine when it launched in 2001.
He spent 10 years there and worked his way up to establish himself as Fashion Editor for 10 and as Fashion Director for 10 Men.
During this time he also contributed to Sunday Times Style, Chinese and Russian Vogue.
Dan then moved on to become the founding Style Director for Mr Porter, building the aesthetic of the site and all editorial content and branding.
He recently stepped back to pursue a freelance career but still is involved as their Contributing Style Director.
Since moving to freelance Dan has collaborated with brands such as Dunhill, Hackett, Jimmy Choo and Berluti amongst others. He has more recently become Style Director at Port Magazine as well as Contributing Men's Fashion Director at Telegraph Magazine.