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Hi, I'm an Italian mothertongue, with a proficiency in English and a certification in Português Língua Estrangeira. My secondary education was based on agriculture, food market, Wine and Chemestry. My University education instead, is based on communication technologies. I work as a freelance journalist for an Agency as a photographer and writers. Mainly traveling around the world to tell stories about people and places. I have published articles about India, Israel, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Mali, Egypt, Jordan, Nepal and Portugal both in IT and ENG, and I'm currently envolved in correction work for the lonely planet travel guide. I can TRANSLATE and WRITE in IT|ENG|PT as copywriter and SEO about: - Agriculture and food market - Wine, wine-making and vine-growing. - Website, web and Technologies - Social problems and Enviroment - Traveling and tourism - Economy, Law, freelancer market, Job placement. Regarding GRAPHICS, WEB-GRAPHICS and IT tecnologies. - Professional Photographer and post production. - Creative logo design, Banner designs. - Flyer Designs, Brochure Designs, Business card Designs - Template design. - Joomla, Joomla management, Joomla customization, Joomla support and advice. - Webmastering, social networking - Wordpress My online portfolio can soon be seen, in: in the meanwhile i can give you some references if requested. I'm a general purpose creative Italian with experience. 100% made in Italy :)
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Português Língua Estrangeira (2010)

Universidade dos Açores

Certification of studying portuguese as a foreign language.

ESOL (2004)

University of Cambridge


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