Linda Hughes, Editor-in-Chief, Co-Founder, Photographer
As a photographer and owner of Fuzebox Photography, her love of music and film shine through. She creates beautiful portraits of Austin’s finest musicians, capturing the artist in a natural pose and giving the fans a snapshot of the artist’s personality is what she does best. Her images can be seen throughout the magazine. She has had the chance to work with some of Austin’s hottest filmmakers, photographers and musicians. She says, “There is so much talent Austin has to offer, the possibilities are endless.”
Chonie Bradley, Co-Founder, Fashion Editor
An entrepreneur and fashionista, she is owner of online clothing boutiue Electric Frenchie. She finds inspiration in the hippie-chic vibe that “keeps Austin weird.” Her online store is all about providing a collection of fashion-forward indie-designer and mainstream-premium clothes, and accessories. Her love of fashion, art and all things Austin are shown in her selection of features.
David Bradley, Web Editor, puts the ‘dot com’ on the end of Austin Fusion Magazine. His passion for emerging talent ranges from tech to new music. In his day-to-day he designs, implements and manages eCommerce systems and web stores for independent retailers.
Willfully consuming new ideas and whitepapers, he uses the web to marry business with entrepreneurial vision.
Jessica Hudson, Art Editor, Writer, a native Texan and long-time Austin resident, is a fan of all things Austin. She enjoys local music, film festivals, popular eateries and breweries. She loves meeting new people and bringing a focus to Austin’s undiscovered and emerging talent.
Lisa Marie Mejia, Film Editor, Writer, has lived in Austin since 1990, having spent the first part of her life as an Air Force brat, but comes from a long line of Texans. She graduated with a film degree from UT Austin, and has dabbled in both the local music and film industries.
Lisa finds enjoyment out of a variety of mediums including books, films, music, pop culture, writing, design and comedy.
Clayton Hodges, Music/Photo Editor, Photographer, Writer,You have probably run into him if you have been to any number of local pubs and music venues in town. Born in Houston, Texas, he now calls Austin his home. He was in a heavy metal band in his past life, rides a motorcycle, is a ghost writer for several authors and knows more about music than you do. He has a passion for writing and a love of music. His gift of gab and boisterous laugh is what mostly what endears him to our features. View his portfolio.
Blair Barnett, Music Writer, is a proud native Austinite, graduate of the University of Texas, orthodontist by day and music section editor for Fusion by night. Blair has been attending shows regularly since he was old enough toget into classic venues like Antone’s, Liberty Lunch and the Steamboat in the ’90s and has never stopped since. You’ll find Blair trying to catch at least a couple of shows a week while on the look out for Austin’s next big thing. email@example.com
Phillip Leach, Photographer,Writer says, “I was excited that my first assignment for Austin Fusion was shooting women’s apparel designer Dina Chavez.” Growing up around Austin provided him the artistic surroundings needed to pursue photography and develop his craft. He has been featured in other local and national magazines, enjoys spending time with family and says that photography makes him feel “all warm and fuzzy inside.” firstname.lastname@example.org
Aaron Rimbey, Music and Fashion Photographer, has resided in Austin for almost a decade. Originally from Wisconsin, where he went to school for electronics, he came to Texas to escape the cold of the Midwest. After heading a security cam crew for ACL, where he retrofitted their existing cameras with low light lenses, Aaron purchased his first camera and headed out to the old Emo’s club to photograph his heroes. It wasn’t long before his work was featured in the Austin Chronicle and used by Sub Pop Record’s “King Tuff” to promote their West Coast tours. He specializes in promotional photos for bands and professionals. View his portfolio.
Dalton Campbell, Photographer, Videographer, is a photographic autodidact who finds great pleasure capturing people. He strives for connection, and symmetry in both life and in his photos. His main focus is portrait, editorial and fashion photography. His style is meant to be more sensual than sexual. He wants the human form to be obviously beautiful without pushing it to be exploitative. He is currently living in Austin, Texas. View his portfolio.
Amar Gupta, Photographer, is 22 years young, made in America—with Indian parts. His hometown Beaumont, Texas, has established its own place in his heart, and will forever be a part of him, but he plans on moving to California shortly after graduation, and on to Copenhagen after that. He is currently a photojournalism major at St. Edward’s University, and hopes to work for Vice Magazine later on. Amar has been documenting himself and his friends through photographs for the past few years, and it has ultimately led him to where he is today. He is also an avid skateboarder, writer and racquetball player. View his blog and his portfolio.
Jody Zung, Photographer, has been taking photographs ever since he got his hands on a hand me down Canon T70 shortly after high school. However, five years ago when he started shooting more digitally, he really started taking it more seriously. He doesn’t discriminate when it comes to taking a photo. Whether its a landscape, a fashion show, a portrait or a rock band, he enjoys capturing moments in time. By trade he’s a software engineer but photography and photo editing are his creative outlets.