This week our super Translator is Igor Murawski!!! Igor recently completed a job for us, where an eye for detail was essential. He replied straight away to our query and was also more than happy to come to the office to sign the certifying letter. Thanks for that!

Igor translates from English into Polish, his native tongue. He boasts over 12 years of experience, as well as a love for spaghetti Bolognese and photography.

This is what he wrote about himself:

“Apart from being an interpreter for Polish community and helping them with all sorts of issues (also as a British Red Cross volunteer), I have advised and run marketing and advertising campaigns, been a photojournalist, tourist guide in the Middle East, translated fiction and non fiction books as well as various documents, brochures etc.
I have recently left a hustle and bustle of London, choosing to settle close to a wonderful landscape of Gower. In my spare time I a run a metal detecting/treasure hunting website, magazine and club, trying to solve lost mysteries of the past. I love reading, writing, travelling, photography and film and hope to write a really good book one day as well as sail away in search of some really exotic treasures :)”

Well, thanks again for your hard work and we are looking to work with you again in the future Igor!

This week our super Translator is Igor Murawski!!! Igor recently completed a job for us, where an eye for detail was essential. He replied straight away to our query and was also more than happy to come to the office to sign the certifying letter. Thanks for that!

Igor translates from English into Polish, his native tongue. He boasts over 12 years of experience, as well as a love for spaghetti Bolognese and photography.

This is what he wrote about himself:

“Apart from being an interpreter for Polish community and helping them with all sorts of issues (also as a British Red Cross volunteer),

I have advised and run marketing and advertising campaigns, been a photojournalist, tourist guide in the Middle East, translated fiction and non fiction books as well as various documents, brochures etc.

I have recently left a hustle and bustle of London, choosing to settle close to a wonderful landscape of Gower. In my spare time I a run a metal detecting/treasure hunting website, magazine and club, trying to solve lost mysteries of the past. I love reading, writing, travelling, photography and film and hope to write a really good book one day as well as sail away in search of some really exotic treasures :)”

Well, thanks again for your hard work and we are looking to work with you again in the future Igor!

Il super Traduttore di questa settimana è Igor Murawski!!! Poco tempo fa Igor ha completato un lavoro per noi che richiedeva grande attenzione ai particolari. Non solo ha risposto immediatamente alla nostra richiesta, ma si è anche reso disponibile a recarsi qui in ufficio per firmare la lettera di certificazione. Grazie mille!

Igor traduce dall’inglese al polacco, la sua lingua madre. Vanta oltre 12 anni di esperienza, nonché una grande passione per gli spaghetti col ragù e la fotografia.

Ecco quello che Igor ha scritto di sé:

“Oltre ad essere un interprete per la comunità polacca e a fornire il mio aiuto per ogni tipo di problema (anche come volontario della Croce Rossa Inglese), sono stato un consulente e promotore di campagne pubblicitarie e di marketing, ho lavorato come giornalista fotografo, guida turistica nel Medio Oriente, tradotto libri di fiction e non, nonché documenti e brochure varie.
Ho da poco lasciato la frenesia di Londra per stabilirmi più vicino agli splendidi paesaggi del Gower. Nel tempo libero gestisco un sito internet, una rivista e un club sulla ricerca di tesori e sui metal detector, cercando di risolvere i misteri del passato. Mi piace leggere, scrivere, viaggiare e amo la fotografia e i film. Un giorno spero di poter scrivere un gran libro e di salpare alla ricerca di qualche tesoro davvero esotico :)”

Che dire, grazie ancora per il tuo prezioso contributo e non vediamo l’ora di collaborare con te in futuro, Igor!