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A unique background and a passion for all things Italian

Roman bridge in my hometown

The Italian Dolomite Mountains

About Jennifer

Jennifer studied at the School of Visual Arts in New York City on a four-year full tuition scholarship, and then continued her master’s studies at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque.

She moved to the Dolomites in northern Italy twenty-five years ago, and fell in love with the culture and the language, continuing her passion for art and art history in several guest study programs in Italian universities. She now divides her time between Italy, Greece, Colorado and Hawaii.

Her work as an Italian to English translator began after several years in Italy, working primarily in her chosen artistic fields. She then took on a position as an in-house translator for an important Italian automation and robotics company, learning every inch of this sector, and expanding her technical base to include more general industrial fields.

Jennifer’s work includes technical specs and quality manuals for some of the most important industrial companies in Italy and abroad, EU grant proposals, university research projects, cutting edge science and a vast array of works in literary and artistic fields.

Jennifer’s artistic background gives her an edge when translating any kind of artistic material, including museum guides, websites and art criticism. She has recently expanded her work to include freelance writing for linguist trade publications, and is an accomplished freelance editorial writer published in several US-based publications. She collaborates with clients from all over the globe.

Jennifer is a painter at heart, and actively exhibits her work. Please contact her if you would like to know more. She shares a deep passion for travel with her husband of 25 years, and they have journeyed across the continents of the world, always aspiring to expand their horizons. Check out her Images page to see some scenes from her travels and find a link to her new art website (BETA).

The door to my home in Italy

"Every language is a world. Without translation, we would inhabit parishes bordering on silence."
~ George Steiner
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