Ten WordPress.com Bloggers to Follow on Instagram

These days, sharing and engaging on social media is essential to growing your business or personal brand. Here are 10 writers, artists, and photographers taking advantage of Instagram to expand their reach.

Girls and Their Cats // @girlsandtheircats

Brooklyn-based fashion photographer BriAnne Wills photographs women and their feline companions all over New York City at Girls and Their Cats. To date, she’s showcased over 200 women in this series.

Busy Bee // @tabithebear

Illustrator Tabi at Busy Bee doodles, adores animals, and can often be found exploring the forests in England, where she lives. On Instagram, Tabi shares her latest whimsical sketches and scenes in progress.

Omar Z Robles // @omarzrobles

We featured Omar last year when he launched omarzrobles.blog. Get your own .blog domain.

Street and dance photographer Omar Z Robles beautifully captures the movement of the human body in different locations around the world.

The Domestic Man // @thedomesticman

Learn more about Russ in our interview from the WordPress.com Blog.

Russ Crandall, the author of The Ancestral Table and Paleo Takeout, publishes gluten-free and Paleo-friendly recipes inspired by traditional and international cuisines on his food blog, The Domestic Man.

Party Hardy // @courtneypartyhardy

Party Hardy blogger Courtney Hardy, previously based in Los Angeles, recently moved to Europe with her husband and is beginning a new adventure in Budapest. On Instagram, she shares her passion for fashion, food, DIY, home decor, and travel.

Jennifer F. Santucci // @jennifer_f_santucci

We love the displays of books and journals of writer, mother, and former middle school teacher Jennifer F. Santucci. Her images inspire you to dive into a book, explore your creativity on a blank page, and plan your next project.

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But what about the rest of us? What about the nobodies and the nothings, the invisible girls? We learn to hold our heads as if we wear crowns. We learn to wring magic from the ordinary. . Inej Ghafa, Crooked Kingdom by Leigh Bardugo . What are some quotes from books/movies/TV shows, etc. that deeply affected you? Or characters? . Inej is one of my all-time favorite characters. Yes, she’s a bad ass. Yes, she and Kaz are awesome. But, for international women’s day, I thought this quote from her would be quite fitting. . Not to spoil the story too much, but Inej has this realization during a confrontation with another character who, by all rights, has lived a life of privilege and has advantages Inej never had and this character should be the one who comes out on top. This moment is a turning point for not only Inej, but the reader as well. I’m not gonna lie. I cried after reading this part in the book because as a WOC (Inej is too), this quote spoke to me so much! I’d never seen my feelings captured so well in one moment in a book. . Needless to say, I highly recommend this series! . This shot is a little different from the usual because I wanted to address two prompts for #marchlitwrit: How/where you take notes | National Proofreading Day: Whoops! I take notes at my office desk, dinner table, while sitting on my bed! But I always use my notebooks when I do. The other night, I spent time setting up my revision notebook and I have to say, it’s pretty awesome. For proofreading, if you haven’t noticed, Inej’s quote that I lettered had a word missing, so I edited it. I wrote the quote when I was still learning to letter and I didn’t want to start over again. But I am learning to embrace imperfections and to care more about content than perfection. . #readlikeagirl Inspiring Quote—This is such a great challenge—it celebrate’s women’s month! . #leighbardugo #crookedkingdom #inejghafa #InternationalWomensDay #iwd #womenunite #empoweredwomenempowerwomen #yareads #yalovin #readerlife #igreads #diversebooks #writerswhobookstagram #jennfswrites #amrevising #notebookaddict #bujojunkie #bujolife #writercommunity #momswhowrite #writerlife

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Ryan Bolton // @ryanbolton

Toronto-based photographer Ryan Bolton shoots landscapes, weddings, concerts, and portraits. His Instagram feed is a tightly curated gallery of his professional work around the world.

Loareknits // @loareknits

Erika, the Barcelona-based blogger at loareknits, is a PhD student and scientist by day and knitter and crocheter by night. Love yarn as much as she does? You might enjoy her crafty creations.

Hannah Eats // @_hannaheats

Oxford-based teacher and aspiring personal trainer Hannah at Hannah Eats loves to cook and bake and focuses on healthy, simple, yet delicious recipes.

Little Grey Box // @littlegreybox_phoebe and @littlegreybox_matt

Read our interview with Phoebe about building an audience and brand and making money as a travel blogger.

Phoebe Lee and Matt Turk inspire bloggers and travelers at Little Grey Box with destination guides, travel tips, and blogging and branding advice. Their individual feeds are sure to stir your wanderlust with photographs and engaging video clips.

Follow us on Instagram @wordpressdotcom to discover featured writers, artists, and creative professionals and to see what we’re up to at events around the world. What are your favorite Instagram accounts?

April 3, 2018Inspiration, Photography, Social Media