At Tumahye we believe that without the help of our friends and family, we would not be able to accomplish what we have. We are forever thankful for everybody that has helped us along the way. Meet the people who have made our supper club possible.


bethany johnson

Visual Designer

Beth Johnson is a UI/UX designer from Austin, Texas, a life long learner, and a citizen of the world. As a teenager Beth began pursuing digital art, which lead her to discover Web Design at a young age. She has worked in a variety of design positions and with diverse range of clients over the past 5 years. Beth enjoys developing practical user focused solutions that help businesses succeed.

Beth graduated with a BA in Graphic Design from St. Edwards University, where she grew into her style and developed clear goals as a designer. A big part of her life, what inspires most of her work, is traveling. When she’s not traveling or creating, she can be found learning a new language or hanging out with cute puppies. She finds excitement in making beautifully useful interactions, developing successful product UI, and accessible websites.



collete presley


Wedding and Portrait Photographer: 
Completed dozens of engagement and wedding photo shoots. Established and maintained a positive working relationship with my clients from the initial consultation through the final shipment of the wedding album. Employed techniques to place clients unaccustomed with being photographed at ease. Collaborated with wedding coordinator to craft a wedding day agenda.
Food Photography:
Created custom portfolios and wall art for chefs in the North & Central Texas area. Built a custom table that provided each chef an ability to display their work outside the conventional limitations of a plate. Produced deliverables that highlighted each chef’s unique use of color, composition, and texture. Awarded a featured artist placement in the prestigious food themed art show, ‘Wasted.’


jackie klusmeyer




Evan has lived in the Basin and Range, Great Plains, Hill-Country and throughout North Texas. He is interested in part-to-whole relationships, and his handbuildings explore possible connections- the interstices, the rhizome and intermezzo. Evan makes a variety of objects from functional pottery to ceramic sculpture and fine art. He is presently living and working hard in Austin, Texas.


Ashley longoria


Chelsea Francis


Photographer, editor, connector, and creative director out of Austin, TX. She's most passionate about helping people see the beauty in their own lives, a good cup of coffee, and a great slice of pizza. When she's not answering emails, she's editing pieces for Pass/Fail, hosting networking events, and shooting photographs for incredible companies both in Austin and elsewhere.

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Patika Coffee

We get asked what "Patika" means a lot. We took it from the Turkish word for "footpath" (or alley). The first coffee houses in the world were in Istanbul, and their popularity as gathering places got them outlawed for fear of too much free thought and resistance to the sultan. To survive, they relocated to spots a bit more hidden: In the alleys and footpaths of the city.



Counter 3. FIVE. VII is the embodiment of two simple truths: great food should be approachable and fine dining is meant to be more than just a meal. Our unique kitchen-facing counter provides an immersive dining atmosphere where every seat is the best in the house. When you dine at our counter, we don’t just bring our food to you. We create an experience, together.



Confituras was born in the summer of 2010 when, after several years of preserving the local bounty that Austin’s farmers’ markets had to offer, owner Stephanie McClenny was ready to reach out and share her love of preserving in the form of a small jam company. It did not take long for the emerging local food loving community in Austin to recognize and appreciate her commitment to quality, seasonality, and really good jam. Along the way Confituras was awarded the 2011, 2013, 2014, and 2015 Local Hero Awards by the readers of Edible Austin and was also recognized nationally, winning Good Food Awards in 2011 and 2012, 2014, and 2015. The Austin Food & Wine Alliance awarded Confituras a culinary grant in 2013 for their ‘Preserving Austin’ project, which is an emerging program that refers to both preserving the local, seasonal bounty and preserving our own local canning history and heritage. Confituras offers intensive canning classes at their commercial kitchen space as well as at urban farms and shops around town and provides free demonstrations at farmers’ markets and non-profit organizations. They currently operate at 2 weekly farmers’ markets and are available at several locally-owned shops, farm stands, and local food delivery services across the state of Texas. Stephanie lives in beautiful South Austin with her husband and a menagerie of animals picked up along the way.