I am native Czech speaker, freelance translator and interpreter. I do mostly general, business, legal, medical and technical translations. I am also experienced in website translations, product description and marketing translations. I can do upto 6.500 words a day.
I studied BA Filmmaking in London. During my 11 years stay in London I started working as an interpreter for few companies. I was interpreting to clients in hospitals, clients in social services and on art exhibitions.
I have been also tranlating and proofreading projects, documents and surveys from English to Czech, Czech to English, English to Slovak, Slovak to English in number of London based call centres, and other types of businesses and individuals.
Nowadays I work as a freelance translator.
I am a native Czech speaker with C2 English and Slovak. I have experience translating official documents as well as blog posts and websites. I hold a BA in Psychology, but I am also interested in Arts, History, Social Sciences and Education.
I'm a ProZ Certified PRO member with seven years experience of translating from Czech and Slovak into English. After working in British academia for 23 years and translating in my free time, I decided to study translation and become a full-time freelancer. I obtained my Diploma in Translation in 2014 and I am now based in the U.S., specializing in medical, legal, literary, and academic translations, as well as proofreading and copy-editing. I work for direct clients and agencies in the U.S., United Kingdom, Japan, and Canada.
My translations are always accurate, as I research things obsessively, and formatted to match the layout of the original. I always aim to deliver the highest quality work.
Fields of expertise:
Medicine, business, law, marketing, social sciences, literary translation
SmartCAT (supports Trados packages)
Matej Valuch: University of Solitude (literary non-fiction), available on Amazon
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Writer, Hansard editor, focus on proofreading and clarity. Born in Canada, studied physics until I realised 'crop science' would make a life of travel easier, left for Mexico at 16, have lived in Europe most of my adult life (Israel, Germany, Spain, Czechoslovakia, the UK).
I started volunteering as a freelance interpreter back in 2013, and finally got some work experience 2 years later. I've been doing freelance and privately contracted work for about two and a half years now. I have an advanced level fluency in Slovak, though I speak Czech and Russian very well also. The languages I've worked with most are Slovak and Czech, but because I'm in Moscow, I'm doing a lot of Russian right now. I prefer translating from other languages into English, but I'm willing to work either way.
I am a Translation and Interpreting student. I work with English, German and
Swedish language. During my university studies, I have worked on several
translation projects for private clients from and to all of the above mentioned
languages. I have also been active as a Volunteer Translator for Translators
Highly organized, detail-oriented translator with deep understanding of diverse linguistic and cultural environment, able to work on flexible schedule. 6 years of offering professional language services in Slovakia, Germany and Indonesia. Working as a translator, editor and teacher for companies and individuals that require qualified language assistance. Used to work in a deadline-driven environment, seek a home office position in a company that requires a multilingual professional with these skills.