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Jeremy
Jeremy
Jeremy is a freelance translator based in Manchester, in the United Kingdom. He was born in 1975 and holds a degree in modern languages and translation from the University of Salford. He translates from both French and Spanish into English.

Having left the UK after his studies to work in language teaching and translation positions in the Canary Islands and in Paris, he returned to his native British Isles in order to pursue his freelance activities. He specialises in legal, financial and IT translations, but in his spare time prefers to devote himself to the creative arts, especially photography and music. He is a percussionist with a regional orchestra and plays the drums in various small jazz and new music ensembles.

He is a keen cook and would like to see (and translate!) more specialist cookery books from foreign authors on the shelves of British bookshops. When pressed, he might admit that this would be more for his own culinary pleasure than for professional development.

Jeremy is an active member of two regional translators' associations in the UK and has been a freelancer since 2003. Although he spends rather too much of his time working, he also manages to find the time to travel to the European continent regularly, and as well as this volunteers as a mentor to assist asylum seekers adjusting to life in Britain.
 
Jennifer
Jennifer
Jennifer graduated from the University of Michigan in 1995 with a B.A. in both French and Political Science. She began translating as a freelancer from French and Spanish into English in 1999 after relocating from her native Michigan to the Dominican Republic, where she continues to live with her husband and two children. Jennifer specializes in the fields of agriculture (including food science and plant biotech), politics and development, tourism, and the arts. She also routinely proofreads the English of non-native speakers working in these areas. She has remained agile in her working languages through extended residence in Québec, France, and the Dominican Republic. She prefers a multilingual, multicultural workplace, having also worked in refugee resettlement and as a teacher of English in the French Lycée in Santo Domingo. Jennifer's strengths as a translator lie in her respect for both the art and science of intercultural communication and in her resourceful and collaborative nature.
 
Andy
Andy
Andy was born in the south of London in 1964 and became interested in foreign languages at an early age. He studied Modern Languages (French and Spanish) at Bristol Polytechnic and set off immediately after graduating to embark on a career in TEFL in the heart of Castile where he lived and worked for two years. Following that, he taught English in major companies in Lisbon for a further two years.

Finally, in 1991, he went to Tarragona, Catalonia, with the idea of spending just one year and is still living there to this day.

As a result, he is fluent in Catalan and Spanish and well versed in Portuguese and French, and through teaching lawyers, doctors, businesspeople, customs agents, psychologists, civil servants, chemical plant managers…, he has gained an insight into a multitude of fields and is thus able to translate an extremely wide variety of texts. Since living in Tarragona, he has progressively done less teaching and more translation, becoming a freelancer in 1995.

In his free time he enjoys bird watching and trips into the country, gastronomy and building “castells” or human towers with the Colla Jove Xiquets de Tarragona (http://www.collajove.cat) -you have to see it to believe it).
 
Mary
Mary
Mary is a professional freelance translator based in Atlanta, Georgia, United States and was born in 1971. She holds a translating certification by Georgetown University and translates Spanish, French, and Portuguese into English. Mary is also a notary public and business consultant to fellow freelance translators. Additionally, she is the founder and moderator of "SpTranslators," an Internet mailing list for Spanish translators, the founder and moderator of "Legaltranslators," an Internet mailing list for legal translators, a regular columnist for "Tranfree," a 13,000-subscriber e-zine for freelance translators, and a regular forum moderator for Translatortips.com, a popular portal for freelance translators. Mary is a member of the Atlanta Association of Interpreters and Translators (AAIT). Other memberships include the International Who's Who of Professionals, the American Translators Association, the National Association of Judiciary Interpreters and Translators, and the National Notary Association. Mary, who is actually of Lebanese descent, chose to study Spanish instead of Arabic as a child because she felt inexplicably drawn to the Spanish language and Latin culture. Although she was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, she has traveled extensively throughout Western Europe, and lived in Madrid, Paris, and Washington, D.C. for a while before embarking on her translation career. She is an accomplished classical pianist and enjoys cooking, dancing, art, and singing - in her words, all the things that make life worth living. She has even been known to perform at a karaoke club or two. Currently, she is learning all she can about wines and the wine industry in order to do more translation work in that area.

 
 
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