Austin Photo Company was founded in 2010. Originally Megan Huffman Photography, the company was rebranded with one thing in mind- a wedding. This wedding changed everything, including Megan's last name, and the rebrand's goal was to reflect the importance and significance of weddings. Now a company, instead of an individual, the priorities have moved to building relationships with clients and focusing more on what Megan's original inspiration was - creating memories that last a lifetime. Get to know us, before we meet you. 

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Megan is a professional photographer from Nashville, Tennessee. She started her business in 2010 after exploring and discovering her love of photography and photo editing a few years before. Her business started off with senior portraits for local high school and college seniors in Middle Tennessee; and in 2013 she discovered her love for capturing wedding days. Megan graduated from Middle Tennessee State University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design, with minors in both Photography and Business Administration. 

 Megan has trained in the wedding photography industry for over 4 years, working with other photographers, like Lauren Athalia, and several wedding vendors around Nashville. Megan enjoys getting to know her clients and their stories, and providing them with a lasting memory that only a photograph can.  

Megan has been featured in small shows across Middle Tennessee and has been published as an Assistant Photographer in Southern Bride Magazine. 

Although based in Middle Tennessee, Megan has traveled all over the South East to photograph and assist clients, and is available for travel. 

About Luke

Luke joined Megan's team in 2017. Not only does he bring more personality to the team, but he supports through second-shooting and assisting during shoots. Luke's strengths come through in problem solving and project management. He's helped the business stay organized and on track. 

Luke is passionate about community. He's fluent in Spanish and Italian and uses that to connect with a part of his community in a way that not many people can. 

Luke enjoys spending time with family and friends, reading, and studying the nuances of language. He also enjoys hand-lettering and design and would consider himself an aficionado of and novice in both.