Sean Santiago is a creative director, author, stylist, and content strategist. The former art director of Out magazine, he lead the rebranding of the legacy LGBTQ+ publication and is also the founder of editorial brand Cakeboy. In addition to his work serving and centering the queer community, his writing has appeared in Vogue, Esquire, Cultured, PIN-UP, Glamour, Racked, Sight Unseen, and Architectural Digest.
Sean is an on-camera talent who launched the column and social video series Fancy That for Architectural Digest's Clever and creative directed and hosted The Haute Seat, a talk-show-cum-social-pride-campaign for West Elm. He has appeared on panels at General Assembly, Urban Outfitters, The Phluid Project and Chillhouse. He has a penchant for the tongue-in-cheek (often literally) and a background in interior design.