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Britain’s leading expert on Modern Spirituality, Dr William Bloom, has compiled a very interesting list of the core benefits spiritual
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Fairtrade, Sustainable Object of Desire. We’ve quite lost our hearts to this lovely bouquet of M&S  fairtrade, multi-coloured roses and
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  This week, in the latest episode of Borneo Jungle Diaries, wildlife presenter, Aaron Berti Gekoski meets a rescued pangolin,
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Here at Ethical Hedonist HQ, we really love ethically sourced baobab, the remarkable  superfruit powder, which is harvested  from Africa’s
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Slow Luxury Fashion
Gunda Hafner Alison Jane Interviews Gunda Hafner, the creative director of a new, Made in Britain, eco-conscious, artisan, luxe fashion
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Integrated Health
Britain’s leading expert on Modern Spirituality, Dr William Bloom, has compiled a very interesting list of the core benefits spiritual
EH Spy
Fairtrade, Sustainable Object of Desire. We’ve quite lost our hearts to this lovely bouquet of M&S  fairtrade, multi-coloured roses and
Nature News
  This week, in the latest episode of Borneo Jungle Diaries, wildlife presenter, Aaron Berti Gekoski meets a rescued pangolin,
Eat Local & Organic
Here at Ethical Hedonist HQ, we really love ethically sourced baobab, the remarkable  superfruit powder, which is harvested  from Africa’s

Alison Jane Reid

NUJ logoAlison Jane was one of the first journalists to champion ethical fashion, organic beauty and style in her features. She styled Sienna Miller, then on the cusp of stardom, in the little-known fair-trade label PeopleTree, which created huge interest and led to TopShop stocking the brand. Recent interviews with Colin Morgan, Hugh Bonneville, Elizabeth McGovern, Honeysuckle Weeks and Gordon Buchanan have proved very popular on Ethical Hedonist Magazine. As interest in Ethical Hedonist and Alison Jane's journalism goes global, our editor-in-chief is looking forward to mentoring more young journalists into the profession she loves with a passion and interviewing some stellar ethical icons!

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Work with Alison Jane, a stellar journalist, Triodos Bank Top 100  sustainable opinion former and modern Scheherazade and her talented team of filmmakers, videographers and social media whiz kids. We are available for one off campaigns or to provide brilliant, one of a kind creative storytelling and to get you talked about.

What we do – create intelligent, unforgettable stories that charms and excites your audience, conduct world class interviews, shoot creative, intelligent and engaging films and video content and conceive and direct fashion and lifestyle stories. We can also dream up an inspiring, creative campaign to put some stellar stardust into your brand storytelling.  Alison Jane is also interested in developing clever cross-marketing opportunities. Talk to us at – ethicalhedonistmagazine@gmail.com


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Gunda Hafner Alison Jane Interviews Gunda Hafner, the creative director of a new, Made in Britain, eco-conscious, artisan, luxe fashion
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