Looking for your next escape? Here it is.
For the first time, Earth Missions has partnered with AllSwell (notebooks that inspire you to capture memories) and Tiny Atlas Quarterly (a leading lifestyle hub that shares personal travel journeys through art and images) to design a travel experience combining photography, surf, and adventure - underpinned by local living and planet conservation. This is a resort-free zone.
Starting on Tahiti Island, then hopping over to Mo'orea with local Tahitian photographer and Earth Missions founder, Tom Werney, both locations offer incredible tropical landscapes, a reef accessible in minutes that’s a mecca for underwater wildlife just waiting to be photographed, and equally exciting surf in each spot.
Also at your by your side will be travel photographer and founder of Tiny Atlas Quarterly, Emily Nathan, and surf-adventurer and creator of AllSwell notebooks, Laura Rubin.
These pros are on-hand to provide surf, creative and photography workshops for the whole group or via one-to-one sessions for those who prefer private tutorials.
All explorers that participate in this trip will be invited to enter their work for consideration in upcoming features on Tahiti/Mo’orea in Tiny Atlas Quarterly magazine’s forthcoming winter issue, REMOTE, plus the chance to be featured on the @tinyatlasquarterly Instagram.
Not a pro surfer or expert photographer?
No problem. If you fuse action and art into the everyday, this trip is for you. Just bring your interest in the ocean and an open mind. Traveling with Tiny Atlas Quarterly and AllSwell gives you direct access to the experts who can help you capture your experience and share it with the world. These professionals are there to help guide and set up shots (mentally and logistically), offer advice on your creative and photography approaches, provide editing tips and insight on the best way to share your work with the world.
Daily programming available will include surf, yoga, creativity and photography training with full freedom to explore the island on your own timeline if you prefer.