I spent part of my childhood in Cyprus, where I went to primary school. I’m sure that living in this non-French speaking environment must have sparked my passion for languages. Back then my dream was to be a flight attendant.

After a science baccalaureate, a degree in languages seemed like a natural next step. I set off to Paris, to La Sorbonne Nouvelle and INALCO, and then to ESIT, where I obtained my master’s degree in editorial, economic and technical translation in 1997.

I took the plunge to start working for myself at the beginning of 2011 after about ten years of salaried employment.