Dan Stevens British, b. 1963

Dan Stevens has been working as a professional photographer for over 25 years, since his first job with W Magazine in London in 1988. Dan then worked as the Tatler Bystander photographer for 5 years simultaneously assisting photographers including Lord Snowdon and Mario Testino.


In 1999 he went freelance working out of his studio in West London and has since travelled the world with his work, including flying around the coastline of Africa recording it from the air and ground. He has exhibited large format prints, figurative and landscape, at Jonathan Cooper Fine Art in London in 2006 and 2009.


Dan and his family moved to West Susssex in 2012 where together with his wife Candida, opened Candida Stevens Gallery in Chichester.