Ashley N. Franzen is a freelance journalist, copywriter, and photographer based in Bilbao, Spain. She is a lifelong nomad and writer, specializing on topics in sustainable travel, wellness, environmental science and food/beverage.
She competently crafts and innovates with words, using creative writing techniques to shape and evolve the narrative and share your story.
Her work has been published by University of Copenhagen, Fine Finish, Remineralize the Earth, BlueandGreenTomorrow.com, BrainsBeautyandBabies.com and other publications.
Feel free to check out her portfolio.
Ashley is consistent, creative, and communicative. Her attention to detail and grasp of the English language is at a level that's hard to find in any industry. Do yourself a favor and hire her before she's completely booked.
Ashley Franzen is a creative person who writes concise and meaningful texts. She is super responsive and flexible. Initially our products were new to her, but she researched them so that she understood and could discuss our products like an advanced user. To sum it up, we highly recommend Ashley Franzen.
It is my pleasure to write a testimonial about our working experience together—you provided me a great service and helped me to remove all grammatical errors from my thesis. Above all, I personally found you to be a very responsible and flexible person. I was truly satisfied with your expertise and editing skills. Moreover, you were always very prompt with e-mail replies.
Ashley recently worked with Remineralize the Earth as a science writer and wrote a few excellent articles for us. She had a good understanding of the science behind our work and mission. I found her absolutely great to work with, always responding immediately as needed and very gracious. While she was with us, I definitely considered her a part of our close working team. She’s also a photographer and did a great photoshoot for an interview of a researcher currently based in Bonn.
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