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Name:  Ann Marie Bohan Ann Marie Bohan
Based:  Dublin, Ireland
Years of Experience:  18 years, 1996 to present
Languages:               German to English, French to English
Areas of Expertise: Automotive, Art, IT, ERP, Marketing, PR, Business & Finance
Qualifications:    BA in Applied Languages (Dublin City University)
MA in Communications and Cultural Studies (Dublin City University)

UrtextTranslations.com is me, Ann Marie Bohan. I am a freelance translator, based in Dublin, Ireland. I translate from German and French into English in a variety of disciplines. With over 18 years' experience in the translation and localisation industry, I have been working independently since 1999. Since then, I have built up considerable expertise in a number of subject areas including the automotive industry, art, IT, marketing, PR, business and finance.  I am a professional member of the Irish Translators' and Interpreters' Association

My experience is based on a sound academic foundation. I graduated from Dublin City University with a BA in Applied Languages (Translating with Interpreting) in 1990. This included two semesters at the Institut für Übersetzer und Dolmetscherausbildung der Universität Innsbruck in Austria. In 1997, I completed an MA in Communications and Cultural Studies, also at Dublin City University. I am constantly striving to enhance my knowledge and expertise – I am currently attending a course on the History of European Art in Trinity College Dublin.

I am passionate about quality and am always happy to go the extra mile to ensure a satisfied customer. My very first customer as a freelancer is a valued client to this day.

“I wanted to send you some feedback about the really great translation. I have to say, it reads VERY well and I think it’s terrific. Thank you so much for your diligence. I will let you know if the customer has any questions, but I doubt it very much!”

Ursula Finnern-Seul, Text first, Hamburg