Angie Cropper is an editorial and social media specialist. From an early age, Angie had a zealous interest in photography and always aspired to work for a magazine publication. At the tender age of 16, as part of her college project, she created and launched her own lifestyle magazine called ‘Manchester Mouth’ that centred around Manchester’s music scene, nightlife, culture, fashion and food. She organised all photo shoots and interviews and was the sole contributor.
At university, she completed a combined honours degree in Photography and Graphic Design. It was during her university degree she completed a project called the ‘Seven Deadly Sins’ which uniquely captivated each ‘sin’ in everyday life. The project attracted significant attention and even secured her first professional sale.
On completing her university degree, Angie continued to pursue her passion in magazine editorial, and she soon secured a photo editor role for Destination Weddings and Honeymoons Abroad, a London-based magazine. She quickly progressed within the publication firm and went on to become the youngest female editor of a magazine at the age of 23.
Angie soon developed a keen interest in social media and decided to seek a new challenge in this field. She quickly secured a role at Pie Analysis, a leading digital marketing agency, and her editorial and photography skills played a key role in helping multiple brands increase their social media presence and played a pivotal role in launching Boss Women, a magazine publication that aims to inspire young women by their sharing success stories. The magazine featured community peace activist Dr Erinma Bell MBE and entrepreneur Mari Rostern.
Outside of work, Angie is working on creating a Podcast Series entitled the Weekly Juice, where she discusses relationship, lifestyle and money. She also enjoys socialising and exploring different cultures.