Blogosphere is a media-tech company rooted in the world of digital influencers. We run influencer events, an influencer network and publish an industry magazine.
Blogosphere was launched in 2013 by Alice Audley, and is a business that cares about and respects both brands and influencers.
The business is dedicated to bringing professionalism to the influencer industry through transparency, accountability and trust. And through its events, network and magazine successfully shines a light on authentic creators of all different niches and sizes.
Meet The Team
Founder and Editor-in-Chief
Alice started her blog The Audley Chronicle in 2012. Through her blog, she gained a job at The Daily Telegraph newspaper, where she worked on the Features desk writing, editing and commissioning until June 2015.
Alice oversees the print magazine, interviews industry insiders on Blogosphere’s podcast – Serious Influence – and sporadically blogs over on The Audley Chronicle (though now enjoys reading other people’s more).
Most likely to: be found in the office at weekends
Happiest when: seeing a new issue’s pages being laid out for the first time
Elaine originally started blogging in 2009. In 2013, she launched XOmisse while studying Creative Digital Media at the Institute of Technology, Blanchardstown, to share the coding tutorials. After graduating, she set up her own business as a freelance web designer and front-end developer and has worked with bloggers from across the world.
Elaine has been writing for Blogosphere Magazine since its first edition and moved to London to become a fully-fledged member of the team in April 2016, looking after the website and designing each issue of the magazine.
Most likely to: be stashing cans of vanilla coke under her desk
Happiest when: designing and coding
Albertine started her blog, AlbertineSarah, in 2012. Initially it was a beauty blog, but has expanded over the years to cover, well, everything. She organised her first blogger event with a fellow university student in Exeter in 2014 and hasn’t looked back since!
She now commissions, writes and edits Blogosphere magazine, and helps organise Blogosphere events.
Most likely to: say ‘I just don’t think they’re in keeping with our brand’
Happiest when: finding the perfect ‘instagrammable’ event space
Having been an avid reader of blogs for years, Abbie became an intern at Blogosphere in June 2017 after graduating from the University of Bristol, where she edited an online student magazine alongside her studies. It was working at Blogosphere that inspired her to start her own travel blog, Abbie Goes.
In January 2018 she became Editorial Assistant, and she now helps organise events and photoshoots, writes features and composes the weekly newsletter.
Most likely to: be heading to the gym after work
Happiest when: seeing a feature she’s written in print
Jamie’s blogging journey started in 2014 when he began sharing his food and travel adventures under Explore With Ed. He graduated with a BA (Hons) in Documentary Film & TV and directed his passion for video and photography towards his blog. In 2016 Jamie became a freelance photographer and videographer, creating content for businesses across Europe.
Jamie started working for Blogosphere in April 2018 after being recommended the job on social media, and now creates video content for Blogosphere’s social channels.
Most likely to: crack an awkward joke
Happiest when: with my camera (or a cup of tea)
Angela has over 15 years’ of experience working in graphic design and shares her projects – both print and digital – over on angelalyons.com. Angela has designed Blogosphere from the start and has what can only be described as a ‘magic touch’ for making copy fit.
Most likely to: be sending over InDesign files in the early hours
Happiest when: smelling the magazine straight off the press…