Meet Our Members

  • Alanah Reynor
    Who are you? Please introduce yourself I’m Alanah, born and raised in the UK and lucky to hold dual nationality in the UK and Belgium. Growing up, I spoke both English and Flemish at home and started taking French classes when I was five. I picked up Spanish and German at high school and continuedContinue reading “Alanah Reynor”
  • Maïlys Lejosne-Le Calvez
    Bonjour ! Quelques mots pour te présenter ? Je m’appelle Maïlys Lejosne-Le Calvez, je suis française et j’habite dans la banlieue de Lille, dans le nord de la France. Je suis ingénieure procédés de formation et me suis reconvertie dans la traduction en 2017 après avoir travaillé sept ans dans l’industrie, à l’international. Interprétation ou traduction –Continue reading “Maïlys Lejosne-Le Calvez”
  • Julia Maitland
    Who are you? Please introduce yourselfMy name is Julia Maitland. I grew up in London then studied at Sheffield University. After that I moved to Lyon, France where I have been a freelance translator for over 20 years. Do you translate, interpret, or both? What are your areas of specialism?I only translate. I admire interpretersContinue reading “Julia Maitland”
  • Grite (Marguerite) Storm
    Who are you? Please introduce yourselfI’m a French-speaking Belgian citizen living in the USA since 1996. I’ve been a freelance translator since 2000. English to French and Dutch to French. Do you translate, interpret, or both? What are your areas of specialism?I’m a translator. I also do volunteer consecutive interpreting in English and French. RegardingContinue reading “Grite (Marguerite) Storm”
  • Marie Le Carlier
    Who are you? Please introduce yourself Hello, my name is Marie Le Carlier. I am French, hailing from Montpellier in the south of France, though I’ve been living in London for over 20 years now. Do you translate, interpret, or both? What are your areas of specialism? I am a translator and specialise in marketing,Continue reading “Marie Le Carlier”
  • Matthew Dykes
    Who are you? Please introduce yourself My name is Matthew, I am a translator working from Spanish and French into English (the bulk of my work is ES>EN). I’ve been translating in some capacity for about eight years now. I was born in the north of Scotland, grew up in Northumberland, and studied languages atContinue reading “Matthew Dykes”
  • Camille Brignolle
    Bonjour, quelques mots pour te présenter ? Je suis française de Paris et je vis à Londres depuis 17 ans. J’ai aussi vécu en Corée du Sud et aux États-Unis. Interprétation ou traduction ; les deux peut-être ? Quels sont tes domaines de spécialisation ? Je suis traductrice de l’anglais vers le français. Mes domainesContinue reading “Camille Brignolle”
  • Nick Crosby
    Who are you? Please introduce yourself I’m Nick Crosby and I’ve been a freelance translator for around six years. There’s no exotic backstory to explain my affinity for languages – I was just that rare kid who thoroughly enjoyed French, German and Latin lessons at school! I lived and worked in various places in theContinue reading “Nick Crosby”
  • Chloé Pellegrin
    Bonjour, quelques mots pour te présenter ? Bonjour, je m’appelle Chloé Pellegrin et je suis originaire de Grenoble dans les Alpes, mais je peux depuis peu affirmer que j’ai passé plus de la moitié de ma vie en terre anglophone ! Mariée à un Néo-Zélandais et mère d’une petite fille, j’ai successivement habité dans leContinue reading “Chloé Pellegrin”
  • Dean Evans
    Who are you? Please introduce yourself I’m Dean Evans and I’ve been a translator for around 7 1/2 years. I grew up on the Wirral, near Liverpool, but moved down to Tunbridge Wells in Kent for an in-house translation job after my MA and have lived here ever since. I’ve been a freelancer since DecemberContinue reading “Dean Evans”
  • Sandra Mouton
    Bonjour, quelques mots pour te présenter ? Bonjour, je m’appelle Sandra Mouton, je suis française, installée à Bristol depuis douze ans. Avant ça, je vivais à Paris, où j’ai grandi. Je traduis à partir de l’anglais, du russe et du latin (et très rarement hélas, du grec ancien). Interprétation ou traduction – ou les deux peut-êtreContinue reading “Sandra Mouton”
  • Aleksandra Chlon
    Who are you? Please introduce yourself I like to call myself a cultural mongrel. With a father in international politics, I moved from Poland to Finland to Belgium to Estonia to Scotland, where I’ve lived the longest and which I now consider home. I’m temporarily based in the south of France as my Scottish partnerContinue reading “Aleksandra Chlon”
  • Gillian Shaw
    Who are you? Please introduce yourself My name is Gillian Shaw. I live in Wokingham, about 40 miles east of London, with my husband and children. Although I have been ‘down south’ for most of my adult life, I still have a slight accent from the north, where I grew up. But I do loveContinue reading “Gillian Shaw”
  • Daniel Williams
    Who are you? Please introduce yourself I was born and brought up in central Scotland, and returned home about three years ago after the best part of fifteen years away. Although I only ever spoke English at home, I was fascinated by languages from an early age, encouraged by my parents, my Polish grandfather (EnglishContinue reading “Daniel Williams”
  • Yves Le Juen
    Bonjour Yves, tu te présentes ? Je suis originaire de Paris, mais issu d’une famille qui avait un peu la bougeotte (père souvent en mission), ce qui fait que j’ai vu pas mal de lieux et rencontré diverses cultures avant même mes 10 ans. Cela explique aussi, en partie, comment je suis devenu interprète etContinue reading “Yves Le Juen”
  • Aude De Lucia
    Faisons les présentations : qui es-tu ? Comme Obélix, on pourrait dire que je suis tombée dans la marmite de la bougeotte quand j’étais petite, ayant passé ma jeune enfance en Afrique. Suite à cela, j’ai grandi à côté de Versailles, avant que mes études de commerce ne m’emmènent à Nantes, puis à Séville et enfinContinue reading “Aude De Lucia”