Tanner Saunders headshot
Tanner Saunders headshot

Tanner Saunders

Tanner Saunders is a travel editor and writer. A native Texan, Tanner entered travel media after working in the music industry in Nashville, inspired by a trip around the world. Over the years, he's joined National Geographic to help film a documentary on cheetahs, interviewed legends like Ian Schrager and and Pierce Brosnan, ate at all three Michelin-starred restaurants in the Four Seasons Hong Kong in one night, and more.

Tanner served as the experiences editor at Travel + Leisure, where he helped launch and guest-host the diversity-focused podcast Let's Go Together. He's also worked in editorial roles at Culture Trip and Thrillist. The chicken fried steak-loving reporter currently lives in Brooklyn.
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