Austin Hudson is an American author, visual artist, graphic designer, and community organizer. First published at age seven in a Utah school district collection of promising young authors, Mr. Hudson has since produced hundreds of essays, short stories, eBooks, and poems. His first work to reach a national audience, a collection of photography titled Aust & Found: On Route 66, was published in 2016, and was followed in 2018 by supernatural reference guide A Field Guide to Strange Things, and poetry collections Dusk Stars and Blue Seasons.
Professionally, Austin has worked for more than a decade in the world of advertising, and is considered an expert in helping small businesses market. In that time, Austin has consulted on and created more than 14,000 advertising projects for small business clients totaling over $35,000,000. His designs and expertise have been utilized by everything from Fortune 500 companies to small mom-and-pop businesses, guaranteeing success at every price point and level.
Mr. Hudson is better known locally for his non-profit and activist work. His community-focused creations have been seen in more than 40 countries, and his unique approach to dealing with the world's greater problems has led to several features in Utah media outlets, as well as awards from his home town.