By clicking on the images, you can obtain an insight into some of the work I have created throughout my career.
Translation of ‘Listening to Planet Earth’ – 80,000 words, a book about how to assess and implement positive environmental practices published by the Benedictine Sisters of Erie, with funding provided by the World Bank.
As a Brazilian Translator, I translated the sales leaflet of a personal gas monitor product. Even though the language was quite technical, it also required a touch of expertise in marketing and sales.
Interpreting for the Executive Producer of the Brazilian blockbuster ‘My Name Ain’t Johnny’ at a Q&A after a film screening as part of the Discovering Latin America Film Festival held annually in London.
As a Brazilian Interpreter recommended by the Brazilian Embassy in London, I have had the pleasure of interpreting for a Brazilian Governor in talks with HRH Prince Charles about the Brazilian Rainforest.
These are two conferences in which I have worked as a conference interpreter in 2012.
As a Brazilian Copywriter, I transcreated a campaign for Avamis, a GlaxoSmithKline product for the Brazilian market directed at healthcare professionals.
As a Brazilian Creative Writer, I wrote articles for reader offers in the Brazilian edition of HSBC Premier magazine, published quarterly by Condé Nast Ltd. This publication focuses on travel and leisure and is targeted at users of HSBC’s global personal banking service for premium customers and other business travellers.
Narration of Storyville’s episode ‘Angels of Rio’, a documentary following Brazilian private eye Bechara Jahlk and his team of young female agents as they investigate a case of corporate crime and drug trafficking in Rio de Janeiro.
Colloquial Portuguese of Brazil – my voice appears as one of the main female characters in the different stories featured in this learning material published by Routledge. This language course includes scripted dialogues, texts and extracts from authentic interviews as well as interactive exercises.
Debora Chobanian is interviewed by Declan Curry from On The Money, on BBC Radio 5, about ‘How to do business with Brazil’ on Sunday, 04/03/2012.