I’m a freelance translator and academic editor based in Oxford.
I trained as a linguist and medievalist, completing a PhD in Italian Studies (University of Warwick, 2017) before holding research positions at various UK universities. I teach translation at the University of Oxford and Italian language and palaeography at the Warburg Institute.
As an experienced researcher, I’m familiar with the process of publishing scholarship in the social sciences and humanities. I’m also aware of the specific challenges of disseminating research in a second language – and the importance of drawing on the expertise of a translator or editor who not only possesses strong writing skills and a keen eye for detail, but is familiar with the technical vocabulary and critical context of the field.
My translations have been published by leading names including Brill and the University of Chicago Press, and have dealt with subjects as diverse as Renaissance linguistics and the contemporary art world. As an editor, I’ve worked on projects ranging from PhD theses to funding proposals, journal articles and multi-authored volumes of essays.