The multicultural atmosphere of Venice, where I was raised, awakened in me a strong curiosity towards different languages and cultures. When I started studying foreign languages in depth I realised that they are the key to new and exciting worlds. I decided to devote my time and energy to mastering them as well as I could. This has given me the opportunity to live in numerous different countries and experience very diverse cultures.
Italian, French, Spanish and English:
Consecutive and simultaneous interpreting from and into the above languages;
Translations from and into these languages;
Editing texts in the above languages;
Thai: liaison interpreting.
Spanish (Native speaker level)
Thai (Very strong conversational)
Modern Greek (Beginner)
Monna Lisa, France (2010 - 2011)
Liaison interpreter between French/English/Spanish and Italian and hostess for international fairs (Premiere Classe, ZOOM by fatex and Tranoi) covering topics such as fashion, finance, business, culture and general social interaction. Involving interpreting, communication, customer reception, relations and engagement.
Evernote Corporation (2009)
Coordinator for the translation into Italian of multiple Evernote clients including: web, mobile devices and native clients. Developing Italian and English web application and web site technical terminology; experience translating technical text and web sites.
University of Bologna, Italy (2008)
Translation of the web sites for the wine companies Villa Trentola and Poderi dal Nespolo Snc. to Spanish as part of a University program. Involving working to a deadline, team work, technical text and web site translation.
University of Bristol, UK (2008)
Placement in the Department of Italian preparing translation course texts and exercises. Involving time management, communication skills, team work.
Gobbi & Mazzariol, Italy (2004 - present) Liaison interpreter and translator between Thai/English/Spanish and Italian. Interpreter and hostess at the Valencia Jewellery and Watch making fair (Mar 2004). Involving business and jewellery terminology, customer reception, relations and engagement.
AFS International (2004 - 2006)
A not-for-profit organisation providing intercultural exchanges. Coordination of large groups of people (20-30 people) and encouraging cooperation and cultural mediation.