Since 2006, I have been transforming written Russian into my native English for clients around the world.
I also occasionally work from Uzbek, which, despite what many people think, is not at all like Russian.
ATA-certified Russian to English translator,
enthusiastic translator from Uzbek to English,
native speaker of American English,
M.A. graduate in Russian, East European, and Central Asian Studies (2006),
freelance translator since 2006,
student of Russian history, culture, and politics,
professional with extensive experience in several fields.
Before becoming a translator, I worked in marketing, language teaching, criminal justice, and library science. I also run a library consulting business specializing in providing materials and advice to North American libraries serving Russian-speaking immigrants.
I put those experiences to work in every translation I do.
Since 2015, I’ve mostly translated fiction, screenplays, popular science, and good books of all kinds.
You can request my CV by email, or check one of my online profiles!
I will be discussing the specifics of Central Asian literary translation as part of this MLA panel.
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