Commercial photographer Emily Nathan (pictured above, right) created Tiny Atlas Quarterly (TinyAtlasQuarterly.com) because she wanted to create a space for making the work she wanted to do, as well as fill a void in the travel publication world. She aimed to create a person-centered travel magazine, with a bent toward professional photographers’ personal work.
Since its launch the press has taken interest in Tiny Atlas, and coverage spans many genres: Vogue, T Magazine, Coolhunting, Design*Sponge, Lonny Magazine, Refinery29, SF Girl by the Bay, PDN, Resource Magazine, A Photo Editor, Communication Arts, and Dwell Magazine to name a few.
TAQ’s community is powerfully connected on social media. At the end of 2013, TAQ created #mytinyatlas, a new movement on Instagram, a living anthology of great travel storytelling from around the world. With over 500,000 submissions and counting, the #mytinyatlas feed is one of the fastest growing hashtags in travel on Instagram.
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