“I was surprised, but honored, when Ashley approached me about doing an interview. I had never been featured in a magazine before, but Ashley made the process very easy and enjoyable. I was thrilled how the story and photos turned out and have both articles framed in my home. It was a real pleasure working with Ashley and I’d recommend her work to anyone.”
Tao Porchon-Lynch, a 91-year-old yoga and ballroom dancer who is living proof that age is just a number.
As seen in Woman’s Day and C’est Dit.
“When I was approached about doing a magazine interview with Double Vision Media I was very skeptical at first. But when I started working with Ashley she was very nice, professional, prompt and honest. Other magazines and companies were pressuring me for my story or making me wait weeks on end for an honest phone call back. But Double Vision Media was different and I would work with them again over any other new agency or magazine as they have been outstanding both professionally and personally.”
“Ashley is amazing to work with. We loved how she portrayed our story with accuracy and concentrated on what was really important to us. She is a great listener and is genuinely invested in the stories she writes. Ashley was very professional, a pleasure to work with and I would love to work with her again in the future. We would highly recommend Ashley and Double Vision Media to anyone who is looking for wonderful and honest people to work with.”
Chandra, Jordan and Trae Berns, triplets who were badly burnt in a house fire as toddlers but have bravely learnt to embrace their beauty as adults.
As seen in Woman’s Day.
“Ashley always provides an efficient and helpful service. Her clarity of thought combined with her direction makes Ashley a great choice when it comes to public relations and sharing real-life stories. I would recommend Ashley and Double Vision Media to anyone that wants to get maximum coverage and expert public relations support.”
Allyson Donovan, winner of E’s Bridalplasty, who thanks to plastic surgery and weight loss made an incredible transformation for her wedding day.
As seen in Woman’s Day and C’est Dit.
“I have been burned in the past dealing with other journalists, but working with Ashley was different right from the word go. Everything she assured me would happen did happen and I was delighted with every aspect of how she handled my story. I would encourage anybody to allow Double Vision Media to handle their story.”
Brooke Bates, the youngest person in the world to have a tummy tuck and liposuction at age 12.
As seen in the Daily Mirror and Bella.
“Ashley is great to work with. She is friendly, professional and very reliable. There was never a problem with the process of selling our story and she made it very easy by doing just one interview and then syndicating it to multiple magazines. She shared our story very accurately and is passionate about making meaningful connections with the people she works with.”
Erin Herrin, mum of former conjoined twins, Kendra and Maliyah, who despite being separated in 2006 still remain joined at heart.
As seen in New! and C’est Dit.
“Ashley is sincere, professional, very personable and is always quick in responding to all of my questions and concerns. I am grateful to have worked with her. Not only is she a trusted journalist, but she has also become a great friend.”
Kelly Sullivan, an inspiring woman who despite living with nearly 1,000 tumors on her body remains positive about living life to the fullest.
As seen in Pick Me Up.
“Ashley was a great asset in helping us share our story with the world. She is very honest and sincere and helped us get our story about our miracle twins out to the public just the way we wanted. Her guidance was very appreciated.”
Julia Grovenburg, who amazingly became pregnant while already pregnant.
As seen in the Daily Mirror and Pick Me Up.
“Working with Ashley was a very positive experience. She is highly professional and knows her stuff. I found her to be a very caring and thoughtful person who really valued and respected my story. I look forward to working with her again in the future.”
Ellen Rogers, author of Kasey to the Rescue, an inspirational memoir about her son’s special connection to a monkey named Kasey.
As seen in the National Enquirer and C’est Dit.