CAPTIVATING SPEAKER:

As a proven/experienced journalist, Tania is a very knowledgeable and captivating speaker.

– Clemence de Crecy, managing director, Clementine Communications


RESPONDED IN AN IMPOSSIBLE TIMEFRAME:

I gave Tania what I thought was an impossible task but she responded in an even more impossible timeframe. She was both on brief, tonally and for content. What a pleasure to work with someone who’s so professional.

– Sharyn Wortman, managing director, Today was fun


HUMOUR AND WIT:

Tania delivers excellent copy, to brief, and on time. One of her best qualities is her ability to inject humour and wit into her work without diminishing the importance of the subject matter.

– Emma Van Hinsbergh, editor, Natural Health


SOURCES UNUSUAL INTERVIEWEES:

Tania is great at sourcing quirky and unusual interviewees. She’s livened up my pages with plenty of real-life stories which no one else has found.

– Andrew Williams, formerly Metro (60 Second Interview, Metro People & other interviews)


ENTERTAINING:

Exactly what I was after – thorough, entertaining, and on time.

– Penny Law, editor, Family History Monthly (book reviews)


CRISPLY WRITTEN COPY TO DEADLINE:

Tania Ahsan is a talented and meticulous contributor. She has fantastic ideas and always delivers clean, crisply written copy to deadline.

– Nicola Rayner, editor, Dance Today


MY GO-TO GAL:

Tania consistently delivers copy that is well-researched and amusing; she is my go-to gal.

– Poorna Shetty, editor, MSN Travel UK


AND FINALLY:

Tania? She’s bloody good, she is.

James Ellis, formerly Metro (travel & features)


Crafting articles that start conversations

Tania Ahsan is a journalist, author, aesthete and bon vivant. Having edited consumer, B2B, customer and online titles for large corporations, including Time Inc and Thomson Reuters, Tania now concentrates on writing about culture, arts, society, food & drink, travel, business, and complementary health for UK national newspapers, including The Guardian and Metro, and magazines, including Psychologies, Dance Today, Natural Health and Family History Monthly. Her online platforms include MSN Travel UK, Simonseeks, Guardian, and Leila Johnston’s online PDF magazine, All The Rage.

Stress management

Tania is a stress management expert, having written on the subject for more than a decade, and has run workshops on stress management for companies and individuals since 2004. She is author of The Brilliant Book of Calm (Infinite Ideas, 2008).

Previous TV and radio

Tania is available for freelance writing commissions, editorial consultation work, and TV and radio appearances. Past TV appearances have included being a ‘What The Papers Say’ commentator for Melinda Messenger’s chat show Loose Lips and defending the great British curry against fish n’ chips on ITV’s This Morning show. Tania’s radio work has included a debate with Dr Susan Blackmore, for BBC regional radio, defending the spiritual validity of Near Death Experiences. Her current areas of specialism for the purposes of TV and radio appearances are relationships, dating, going tech-free, and stress management.

A selection of portfolio links:

Contact

Please address all requests for cuttings and media appearances or miscellaneous enquiries to: tania@taniaahsan.com