Owner of Larcom Studios, a marketing, web, and graphic design studio, that also offers photography, videography, and fine art services, Angel Larcom began creating in earnest in 1998 and has been keeping a national clientele happy since 2004. In addition to overseeing the daily operations of her business, she is also the co-founder and director of 42 Maple Contemporary Art Center, co-director of Bethlehem ArtWalk, and former host of “Chicks Dishing” morning talk show on WLTN Mix 96.7 FM. For as long as she can remember, Angel has been nourished by the process of creating something where nothing had previously existed, and her favorite kind of projects are fledgling businesses. She says she is in a “constant state of hyper-creativity”.
Angel has organized and lead teams in a variety of situations and has assisted with the growth and development of many non-profit organizations and privately-owned businesses. She has lead local mural installation teams, developed & initiated interior design and branding concepts, re-conceptualized business and marketing plans, and helped numerous other start-up businesses fine tune their branding, presence, and image. She has worked within numerous fields from real estate and pet care to fine art, food and beverage, wilderness and first aid training, music, alternative medicine, and education.
Larcom has contributed articles and photography to a variety of print and online media outlets, including The Littleton Courier, New Hampshire Magazine, the Union Leader, FoodGawker, TasteSpotting, Liqurious, and WREN’s quarterly magazine. She is the host of “Chicks Dishing” WLTN Radio’s morning talk show, and helped Root Restaurant earn a Best of NH Award in 2012 with her cocktail menus. She has organized schedules of weekly live musical performances and monthly art installations and been a key member of the organizational team for multiple musical festivals, fundraisers, and events. She has conducted private web and social media training workshops, mixology training sessions, and given presentations to boards of directors.