Former Arts & Culture editor for F Newsmagazine.
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Expertise in editing, article editing, proofreading, newswriting, academic writing, translation, grant writing.
In addition to my experience as a features editor, I have been working as a freelance translator for the past eight years. My previous clients include diplomatic missions and inter-governmental organisations as well as luxury hotels and traveling agencies.
For the past two years I have also worked as a freelance grant writer for arts organisations mainly based in the US.
Aug 22, 2015|Translation|Private|Completed
Trilingual, I am at ease with French, American English, British English and Mexican Spanish writing styles. I am proficient in InDesign and other Adobe softwares, and I use Wordpress on a daily basis.
I am open to working with every kind of clients, from university students to established organisations and corporations.
>> Editing & Proofreading
I have worked as an Arts & Culture editor in the past and I am both qualified and passionate about editing other people's writings in the field of arts and humanities.
Diligent and perfectionist, I have a great eye for detail. I love cooperating with my writers to ensure their writing is flawless while remaining true to their personal style and voice.
In addition to news articles, art reviews and columns, I have experience writing content for websites, as well as press releases and evaluation reports for cultural organisations and government agencies.
Fluent in three languages, I have studied and worked in France, the UK, the US and Mexico. My previous clients include Mexican diplomatic missions, French travel agencies, Latin American media & marketing companies.
>> Grant writing
I specialise in grant writings for artistic and cultural organisations, individual artists, and non-profit organisations.
MA in Arts Administration and Cultural Policy — The School of the Art Institute of Chicago
PGD in Community Dance — Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance
BA in Social and Political...
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