Austin's Top Instagrammers

Austin’s top 10 Instagram accounts to follow right now


Austin is brimming with creativity and many local Instagram accounts are no exception. From food and music imagery to vintage-clothing and landscape photography, we take a look at the 10 best Austin Instagrammers you need to know, why you should follow them and what to expect from their feed.

 

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@thehungrychronicles

Why you should follow: Foodie fans will love Ane Urquiola Lowe’s feed because she is always hungry. Like, always. And she loves to support all things local, especially new eateries as they pop up. Her feed is like a photographic Yelp, showcasing some of the most deliciously made dishes in Austin.

What to expect: Lots of variety in terms of new restaurants, the most bumpin’ happy hours and real time updates from any of Austin’s food-and-drink festivals. She also likes to travel globally, so there’s a chance of exotic dishes in her feed. 

@dalenavintage

Why you should follow: Fans of 1950s vintage clothing will be absolutely addicted to Dalena Vintage’s feed.

What to expect: Well-lit product photography of classically vintage dresses as well as beautiful portraits of clothing in the real world. 

@genitempo

Why you should follow: Public School member Matthew Genitempo is a fine-art photographer on the rise whose work evokes feelings of adventure and serenity.

What to expect: Adventurous landscapes and romantic portraits from across the country. Genitempo’s work best takes shape whenever he’s traveling throughout the American West. 

@jackieleeyoung

Why you should follow: Local photographer Jackie Lee Young is a serious talent with an exceptional eye, whether it is fashion, music or fine art.  

What to expect: Photographs that both excel in composition and use of natural light. Young’s ability to capture a strikingly intimate moment is certainly one of her photographic strengths. 

@poonehghana

Why you should follow: Pooneh Ghana is one of the leading music photographers on the scene. Her live shots are explosive and her portraits intimately beautiful.

What to expect: Exclusive behind the scenes with the hippest bands, both on and off the stage.

[Pictured: Kevin Parker of Tame Impala]

@danafalconberry

Why you should follow: Dana Falconberry is a hometown singer-songwriter who is at the top of her game these days.

What to expect: Falconberry has a beautiful eye for composition and often posts ethereal landscapes from the road. Her account is less about live music and more about her touring experiences. 

@clairezinnecker

Why you should follow: Enthusiasts of interior design will love the account of local designer and blogger Claire Zinnecker. Her feed delivers a sense of purity with a flood of white throughout her images.

What to expect: Clean photographs of modern and traditional interiors as well as snippets of her daily life. 

@clairezinnecker

Why you should follow: Enthusiasts of interior design will love the account of local designer and blogger Claire Zinnecker. Her feed delivers a sense of purity with a flood of white throughout her images.

What to expect: Clean photographs of modern and traditional interiors as well as snippets of her daily life. 

@justindavidcox

Why you should follow: Public School Co-founder Justin Cox is known for his immaculately designed concert posters, and has recently begun posting shots of his original calligraphy. He’s also a fantastic photographer as seen in his Instagram feed.

What to expect: Shots from his favorite east-side haunts, portraits of his favorite east-side dwellers and plenty of images of his BFF/canine companion, Blue Jean. 

@austinfoodstagram

Why you should follow: Austin Foodstagram is serious about food blogging. Here you will find snaps of juices, pizzas, burgers, desserts and classically Austin appetizers — pretty much all things food and drink.  

What to expect: Not only will you find shots from the newest restaurants as well as Austin staples, Austin Foodstagram often has really awesome giveaways of gift cards ranging from $50 to $500. Who doesn’t like free food?

@prototypevintage

Why you should follow: In addition to their well-crafted outfits, Prototype Vintage posts inspirational (and sometimes hilarious) vintage photos.

What to expect: Full outfits created by the excellent staff at Prototype for those who want the whole look visualized for them. 

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