I am an Italian mother tongue qualified translator and have been working in the field of translations from English, German and French into Italian for more than 10 years. Committed to building long term relationships with all my clients, I combine the one-to-one, personalized service of a small business operating to the highest standards of professionalism in specialist sectors.
With the Degree in Foreign Languages (English, German and French) and the Diploma in Interpreting and Translating, I could use both my passion for the languages and the skills made during years of study abroad. Thus I made the art of translating my main activity. Translation is exactly this, an art.
- Professional Translator on the Roll of Experts at Salerno’s Court (no. 17/2004)
- Professional Translator on the Roll of Experts at Chamber of Commerce in Salerno (no. 972)
ProZ Certified PRO
- SDL TRADOS Translator's Workbench certified, June 15th, 2007
- Advanced SDL Trados course, October 24th, 2008
- Advanced Multiterm course, October 26th, 2008
- memoQ course, June 14th, 2012
A quality translation needs a balance between skills and sensitivity, between linguistic experience and sense of the sentence, of the word, of the speech. These are essential and necessary aspects to obtain a result that respects the formal value and the content of the original text.
After more than ten years of experience in the translation sector I can provide my clients with high quality translations and now I work successfully with both translation agencies and private customers, in Italy and abroad. In addition, my activity as translator is constantly supported by a group of experts with specialized experience, who help me to clarify any problems with terminology arising from each project.
The tools used can make (and often make) a difference in terms of delivery and quality of a translation. For this reason I always attend training and retraining courses on the most advanced CAT tools (Computer Aided Translation).
For further information I can send you my CV writing to firstname.lastname@example.org