Emily Nathan

Clients partner with Emily Nathan to create dynamic imagery infused with fresh beauty. Emily loves perfecting the details of pre-production almost as much as the energy and excitement of shoot days.

She enjoys working with intimate, local production crews and expansive international ones alike to create consistent pictures that resonate with humanity, warmth and optimism. Even while shooting at lifestyle speed, Emily is a careful editor on set as well as in the post process.

She seeks out new experiences, tastes, and locations, but also delights in returning to favorites and sharing them with her friends and colleagues. 

Emily was chosen by Communication Arts: Fresh, as one of PDN's 30, and is the founder and editor-in-chief of the magazine Tiny Atlas Quarterly.

A personal journal of Emily's son Otto's interest in vinyl for the past year can be found on VSCO.


Tiny Atlas Quarterly

Emily's travel and fashion lifestyle magazine, Tiny Atlas Quarterly, is itself a destination for inspiring imagery. 

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 3,000,000 submissions and counting, the #mytinyatlas feed is one of the fastest growing hashtags in travel on Instagram.


Partial Client List

Airbnb, Apple, AKQA, The Cement Block, Citrix, Conde Nast Traveler, Dell, Departures, Dwell, Euro RSCG, Genentech, Gilead, Glamour, Google, Gourmet, GQ, Martha Stewart, Mastercard, Media Arts Lab, Ogilvy & Mather, The New Yorker, Real Simple, The Ritz Carlton, Samsung, Sara Lee, Service Plan, Sony, Target, TBWA/Chiat/Day, Tolleson, TOMS, Travel & Leisure, WMF, Yahoo!, 72 and Sunny.


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