Translation has been a part of my life since I've finished school. I had worked for a community magazine translating articles from English and Spanish to Portuguese. Since I moved to Israel (from Brazil) I have done some translation of apps mainly. Portuguese-Hebrew, Hebrew-Portuguese. I am a Tour Guide profetionally, and a freelance translator. As a Tour Guide I have done a lot of Interpretation and Translation of materials to enrich my guiding. Now with the Corona situation I am 100% dedicating my time for translation. Since I have studied Jewish Studies and History of the Jewish People this would be my expertise, but beeing a Tour Guide has given me plenty of other fields knowledge.
PS. In Brazil I studied for 3 years Hebrew and Portuguese Language and Literature at the University of São Paulo (USP) but I quit this Bachelour in order to study in Israel.
A new (upgraded) version of yourself
A translation is above all a new version of your original - switching to a new public, bringing forth renewed ideas that were actually embedded in your original, living room to reach improved realms which can only dwell in the meanders of a foreign language, turning a potential into reality, having an as positive as unexpected overall impact. They said it couldn't be done, but here you are! Let's just go for it, and together we'll reach new horizons...