Dan Davis grew up in Canada and studied Architecture in London at The Architectural Association. After college, he moved to New York and worked for architects for a few years and was thoroughly bored. A friend hired him to draft on a movie project and he’s been at it ever since, working for many years as an art director in New York on films including Martin Scorscese’s “The Age of Innocence,” Woody Allen’s “Radio Days,” and many others. His first break as a designer was working for Ted Demme on “The Ref” and “Beautiful Girls.” His other credits include “You’ve Got Mail” for Nora Ephron and “In Her Shoes” with Curtis Hanson. He recently completed the feature “Lay the Favorite” for director Stephen Frears. He also has enjoyed working in television, particularly HBO’s “How To Make It in America” with Julian Farino.