As journalist since 1973, as translator since 1974, and as professional translator since 1986, from English into Spanish and French into Spanish.
Specialist fields - Literature (novels, theatre plays, poetry), technical, commercial and legal translations, social sciences, international policy, medicine, economy, marketing, communication, telecommunications, machinery and equipment, automotive industry, computers and software, websites, technical manuals and guides, press releases, business and specialized magazines, photography, art, performing arts. I have worked with many different publishers, companies and public organizations in Spain, as well as with translation companies in the United Kingdom, United States, Japan, France and Germany. Short period at WHO Geneva in 1992. About 500,000 words translated every year since 1986, including more than 50 books and hundreds of articles for magazines (please see complete details at my Curriculum link above).
SOME EXAMPLES OF LITERARY AND BOOKS TRANSLATIONS
Literary translations from English include William Shakespeare's King Lear, W. H. Auden's The Sea and The Mirror, J. M. Coetze's The Novel in Africa, Sarah Kane's Phaedra's Love, Martin Crimp's The Country, Ken Bruen's The Guards and The Killing of the Tinkers, Jim Shepard's Project X, 2004 Pulitzer Novel Prize Edward P. Jones' The Known World, among many others. EN-ES and FR-ES translations on art and photography include essays and books by Geoffrey Batchen (Burning in Desire), Victor Burgin (Essays), John Tagg (The Burden of Representation) André Lepecki (Exhausting Dance), Jeff Wall (Essays and Interviews), Serge Tisseron (Le mystère de la chambre claire), Éric de Chassey (Planitudes), Jacques Rancière (Le partage du sensible), Laurence Louppe (Poétique de la danse contemporaine), Olivier Lugon (Le style documentaire: d'August Sander à Walker Evans, 1920-1945), and many others.
The translation of Olivier Lugon's Le style documentaire was awarded as Best Translation of 2011 by the Union of Spanish University Publishers. The translation of Ken Bruen's novel The Guards was awarded Premio Brigada 21 and Premio Novelpol in 2005.