Journalism

We are freelance journalists with a track record of published features in print and online. The topics we cover include travel, local history, food, nature, wildlife, conservation, crafts, scuba diving, dogs, and lifestyle topics.​

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Latest Articles

19 Jul 2015

 

Angie's latest travel review took The Aspinalls to the very elegant, Stone Lodge on the Combermere estate on the Shropshire/Cheshire border.  To read all about it, please visit www.lovemytrips.com.

 

 

 

16 Jul 2015

Here's the draft of Richard's latest article for the Dalesman magazine, a copy of which you can buy here.

 

 

7 Jul 2015

What a lovely article by Richard in the Yorkshire Post (7th July 2015) and what a nice man he interviewed about the fascinating B-Lines project, run by wildlife charity Buglife.  The project aims to create ‘networks’ of bee and insect friendly meadows across the UK and we wish them well in their endeavours!

2 Jul 2015

Richard told me that dogs love camping so we took Tilly to the fabulous Low Wray campsite on the shores of Lake Windermere to see if he was right.  Thank you to the National Trust for hosting us for this great camping trip!

 

 

 

 

2 Jul 2015

 

Richard's thrilled to bits that the charity Buglife is using one of his photos of a Tansy beetle on their latest poster. I think it looks pretty spectacular too!

 

 

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WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY

“Angie is a consummate professional and great to work with. Nothing is too much trouble to make sure she provides the right pictures and text for a feature.”

Hilary Scott, Editor, Landscape magazine

“Richard’s contributions to Diver succeed in putting a fresh and individual twist on familiar themes, whether it’s how to behave on a liveaboard, saving a trip when your camera housing floods, or ‘the world’s best night-dive’. He also supplies photos of the sort of quality and variety to make those articles a compelling package.”

Steve Weinman, Editor, Diver Magazine

"We were introduced to Aspinall Ink via a tourist board and have never looked back. Always a pleasure to work with, enthusiastic about ideas, quick coverage turnaround, superb photography and a real client pleaser! What more can you ask for?"

Taffeta Gray, Bannister Blake PR

"A vivid and broad storytelling talent that is matched, if not exceeded by, stunning photography."

Jeff Zanini, Editor, Travel Culture Magazine

 

“Angie has worked for Your Dog Magazine on a freelance basis on numerous occasions. She is a pleasure to work with: full of ideas, reliable with copy deadlines, and always comes up with the goods. I’d definitely recommend Angie to other editors and publishers.”

Sarah Wright, Editor Your Dog Magazine

 

"Angie contributes to A Luxury Travel Blog - a travel blog for those who enjoy the finer things in life. Her posts are both interesting and informative and have been widely shared on social media. We are delighted to be working with her and look forward to many more contributions in the future."

Paul Johnson, Editor, A Luxury Travel Blog

 

“We have dealt closely with both Angie and Richard on a number of press trips and have found them a pleasure to work with. Their enthusiasm, efficiency and knowledge shows in their features and they always provide fantastic copy and photography.”

Fiona Clarke, PR Account Executive, Hills Balfour

 

“I produce the magazine Dog Friendly and regularly use articles by Angie Aspinall. I always relax when one of her reviews arrive as I know it doesn’t require any editing. She follows the house style religiously and covers all the relevant aspects so our readers can make the most of any holiday they take in that part of the country. She is extremely proactive and has never been late with an article and also suggests possible future destinations. I always get wonderful pictures from Richard, that I can use alongside. I would highly recommend using her because she has a real talent.”

Gareth Salter, Editor, Dog Friendly magazine

 

"Angie has contributed a number of articles for the website I edit, The Limping Chicken which, despite the name, is actually a website featuring news and views for deaf and hard of hearing people. Angie's articles have always attracted lots of positive comments, and often get a lot of attention on Twitter and Facebook. Angie's work fits in with the tone of the site perfectly, and I really admire the fact that almost every week, she writes something new. I'd recommend her writing to anyone. Thanks Angie!"

Charlie Swinbourne, Editor, The Limping Chicken, UK

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