Jess Angell

Instagram Consultant - Miss Jess

Jess Angell is addicted to Instagram.

Jess joined Instagram in February 2011, quickly fell in love with the app and realised its potential. Jess created an Instagram Community in London with over 47K followers and now runs a UK wide Instagram Community. Jess has 2 successful Instagram accounts with a combined 150K followers. Jess met her husband at an instameet and has met hundreds of Instagram users around the world!

Jess gave up being a nursery teacher to work more with Instagram and in late 2012 started to work full time as an Instagram consultant, working with brands like Barbour, Hunter, Thomson Holidays, Marc Jacobs, IKEA and Absolut Vodka. Briefing brands on their Instagram accounts, giving advice on content and helping to create content for their feeds.

Jess works on Influencer identification and outreach for any campaign – with Instagram Influencers she works with all over the world with anything from 30-800K followers. Jess has given Instagram and Smartphone Workshops at The Apple Store, The Photography Show, Pulse, and for Cath Kidston.

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