I started freelancing as a journalist in 1994 – first as a radio show host/reporter, then writing articles.
I established my company in 2000 and published my first book – a humoristic wine guide – in 2001. After three more books and two years as a language teacher, I fell in love with the art of translation.
I started managing two large tourist sites, in three languages.
In 2007, I wrote a series of textbooks about the climate changes. The books still reach 240,000 students and 20,000 teachers a year, free of charge. I also blogged about European environmental legislation and chemicals in everyday products.
In 2012, I was headhunted for a large global linguistic project that changed the concept of translation.
I was a full-time consultant for Apple for six years, learning everything there was to learn about how to validate translations, coach translators, on-board new people, and communicate smoothly with people from all over the world without ever meeting. I started to take on new clients again in late 2017.