Hello, I'm Ines, I live and work in Madrid, Spain. I have lived in Japan for 7 years, I translate general documents from Japanese to French, Spanish to French, and also English to French. I also have experience translating medical documents. I feel a strong passion for languages, and it is always my pleasure to deliver a high-quality translation. If you have any inquiries do not hesitate to contact me.
I am a native French freelance translator (full time). I am fluent in English, Chinese and Japanese.
I have a master's degree in Languages and International Affairs (English and Japanese) from Orléans University and a master's degree in Chinese language from (Chongqing's) Southwest University. I also studied in a Japanese university as an exchange student for 1 year and had 1 year working holiday in Tokyo.
I did several internships and short-term jobs for international trade companies, including 8 months in Chinese companies in China where I did import and export related jobs, market research and international customer research. Not only I have knowledge in the field of Business and marketing, but I am also interested in various fields, such as cinema, history, travelling, comics and especially video games. I am available almost everyday and I accept both small and large projects. I use SDL Trados studio 2019. I can do translation, interpretation, proofreading, MTPE and subtitling.
Though I started my career as a translator a few months ago, I have been trusted with challenging projects such as comic book translation and NPO website translation projects.
I have an extensive knowledge of the Japanese subculture, but I am open to any translation project from Japanese to French and from English to French..
I have studied sciences, especially physical sciences with several internships in laboratories, Japanese language and culture then translation. During my master in translation, I did an internship in a company providing financial translation services, which allowed me to translate and post-edit documents for major French financial institutions.