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March Alumni Spotlight: Jason Huang

Jason Huang is the owner, operator, photographer, accountant, janitor, and chef at Table4 Weddings, a boutique photography studio offering beautiful editorial and candid wedding photography to couples around the world (table4weddings.com). A 2005 economics graduate, he spent the first 2 years post college searching for an engaging and rewarding career – finally finding his passion in celebrating with couples on their most precious days. It’s been a fun and exciting 5 years documenting over 160 couples and their families – he can’t see himself doing anything else with his life.

1. What is your favorite memory, tradition, or thing about your time at UT?

Looking back, my favorite memory is the opportunity you have to interact with so many different types of people. And how easy it was. If I wanted to hang out, most of my friends were just a short walk, drive, or IM away. Now that I’m working, time with friends has to be scheduled and rescheduled … and rescheduled. My other favorite thing was UT football. I love game days – the sea of burnt orange and the energy from the student body walking down 21st Street to the stadium is hard to find anywhere else.

2. How did you get involved with your current position?

Luckily for me, it was mostly fortune and luck. I was fortunate to have friends with nice cameras that got me interested in nice pictures. I was lucky to have a brother who bought me my first lens. I was lucky enough to find a job when I graduated that allowed me to dig deeper into photography on the side. I ended up searching for different careers post college – none of which fit my passions – and was lucky enough to be good enough at photography to start charging money.

3. What have you learned from UT outside of the classroom?

Your network = your net worth. It’s incredibly true today in a world engaged in social media. Everyone’s opinions can now be heard loud and clear, so the more people in my network talking about my business in a positive light, the more worthy I am to my clients.

4. UT’s motto is: “What Starts Here Changes The World.” What would you like to see change at UT?

Jester cafeteria. :)

5. What advice would you give to incoming freshmen or current students at UT?

Go to UT games, hang out with as many people as you can, and develop and deepen your relationships with those in college. Once you graduate, things can dramatically change.

Written by Mary Vo

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