I am an English to Brazilian Portuguese translator, specialized in localization, who also offers transcription services. My mission is to fully meet my clients’ expectations, from beginning to end of the working process.
I am a native Brazilian Portuguese speaker, fluent in English and French and with a conversational level of German. I have an IELTS Academic Certificate and I'm currently ranked 1st out of over 12.600 test takers by the UPWORK - English To Brazilian Portuguese Translation Skill Test.
All my translations are made manually (yes, no use of Google Translator or anything like that). Instead, I use professional computer-assisted translation tools like Trados, Wordfast, OmegaT and SmartCAT that provide quality assurance, terminology consistency, spell checking and more for your project.
I have been working as full-time translator in various freelance projects since February 2013. Much of this work was done through online platforms, and I currently hold a Platinum Badge at One Hour Translation, having translated over 1,300 projects, proofread/edited over 500 projects, and peer-reviewed numerous other projects for that company. During this time, my work experience has been centered on the education sector as well as the health and tourism business, but I also concluded a diverse range of other projects that include the translation of offshore workers' CVs, subtitles for feature films, and several legal agreements and contracts.
Hello, my name is Elano. I was born and raised in Fortaleza, Brazil, but I'm currently living in Salt Lake City. Also, I've lived in Argentina for many years. There I could learn English and Spanish. I'm skillful, dedicated, motivated, and most importantly, I care about your work.
My name is Matheus Mattos, I am an English to Portuguese (Brazilian native) professional freelance translator.
BA in Modern Languages (Portuguese and English) from USP - University of São Paulo.
VET in Business Management (2 years technical diploma).
Nine years of experience as a freelance translator.
Areas of specialization include: Finance, Business and Marketing; Videogame and iGaming localization; Museology and Visual Arts.
Ability to handle most file formats (including non-editable documents). Experience in transcreation, translation of creative material and QA.
My high school education as well as my first university experience was in France. There, I studied Foreign language, literature and civilization (English) and started doing my first translations. I also went to Sheffield Hallam University (UK) as part of the Erasmus program.
Once again in Brazil, I have also taught French, English and Portuguese as second languages. In the past two/three years I have worked a little with philosophy texts (mainly on Nietzsche) and more recently, I have been translating games.
I have now assembled a small team to help me with the languages I do not speak.
My name is Raphael Carlos Cesar Medeiros, I'm Brazilian and I'm currently undergoing a baccalaureate course in linguistics, more specifically in translation studies. Also, I'm very interested in game localization, but not only.
I am a translator with varieties of topics as literary, journalistic, technical ( legal, medical, engineering etc.) and audiovisual ( subtitle, dubbing, videogame ) translation from English to Portuguese, vice versa, from Spanish to Portuguese and vice versa and only from French, Italian or German to Portuguese.
Hello. My name is Bruno Bertoni and I'm a professional Brazilian translator.
Currently, I'm getting a bachelor's degree on Translation at São Paulo State University (UNESP - São Paulo, Brazil). So far, I have published 2 research works about terminology and audiovisual translation; currently, I have an article about medical terminology being published.
I have 8 years of experience translating from English to Brazilian Portuguese and have worked with websites, articles, user interfaces, systems, apps, games, general and technical texts. I also have broad experience with subtitling and terminology research.
My English level is fluent - I have been studying it for 10+ years and have taught all English levels for 2 years.
I have great writing skills, full domain of both English and Brazilian Portuguese and very judicious quality basis.
Let's make this quick: I've been crazy for languages as long as I can remember. I got my major on English Language and Literature. I've been a teacher at all levels for over 4 years. After that, I went working for an american drilling company, TRANSOCEAN. I worked as a Safety Officer dealing with all sorts of documents, presentations, training auditings, and debates in both Portuguese and English ( scottish/irish/australian/ european/indian/african/ all kinds of English). At Transocean I had to learn to adapt and learn quickly, so I could deliver a vast range of technical information to a great deal of different people, who spoke different languages, and who had different culture backgrounds.
fields are video and tabletop games, and drilling industry (operational and safety areas).