Dan Reynolds is a type designer at LucasFonts in Berlin. He’s also a design historian, with a focus on foundries from Germany’s imperial era. In January, Dan passed his doctoral examinations at the Braunschweig University of Art. He previously graduated with a Master of Arts in Typeface Design from the University of Reading. In terms of old work, he spent seven years at Linotype and then freelanced as a designer or writer for clients like FontFont, Indian Typefoundry, MyFonts.com, Photo-Lettering, and Typejockeys. More importantly, Dan cofounded the first branch of the modern Typostammtisch meet-ups movement Offenbach, Germany 15 years ago. He has since taught typography or type design at universities in Berlin, Darmstadt, Halle, Hamburg, Saarbrücken, and Zhuhai/China.