Website design services using the WIX platform

About the client:

Natasha DeCruz has a B.A. in translation and an M.A. in literary translation from Université de Montréal.

Gwendolyn Schulman has a B.A. and M.A. in Canadian and African history and is a certified translator and member in good standing of the Ordre des traducteurs, terminologues et interprètes agréés du Québec (OTTIAQ).

We joined forces 23 years ago to translate a major exhibition for the Canadian Centre for Architecture. We have since built a vibrant partnership, and long-lasting relationships with our clients. We have also developed a team of talented translators who regularly work with us on larger mandates.

We cross-revise all of our translations to ensure texts that are accurate, sensitive and well rendered. We also create style guides and glossaries for each of our clients to ensure consistent style and terminology.

À propos de client:

Natasha DeCruz est titulaire d’un baccalauréat en traduction et d’une maîtrise en traduction littéraire de l’Université de Montréal.

Gwendolyn Schulman détient un baccalauréat et une maîtrise en histoire du Canada et en histoire de l’Afrique. Elle est également traductrice agréée et membre en règle de l’Ordre des traducteurs, terminologues et interprètes agréés du Québec (OTTIAQ).

Nous avons uni nos forces il y a 23 ans dans le cadre d’un projet de traduction pour une importante exposition au Centre Canadien d’Architecture. Depuis, nous avons noué un partenariat solide et développé des relations durables avec notre clientèle. Selon l’envergure des projets, nous pouvons également compter sur une équipe de collaborateurs fidèles et qualifiés.

Tous les textes traduits font l’objet d’une révision, sans exception. Cette étape de révision à l’interne assure une traduction juste, fidèle et idiomatique. Par souci d’uniformité, un guide stylistique et un glossaire sont également créés pour chaque client.

Website design by Nalo Soyini Bruce

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Black Theatre Workshop's presentation/World Premiere of Scotian Journey

Sierra Carvery is a young Black woman from Halifax, Nova Scotia who, as she completes a university history paper, gets distracted by thoughts about down home and heading back for the Africville Reunion. She recounts these experiences through storytelling, song and spoken word. Scotian Journey reveals the history and stories about Nova Scotia that are still relevant today, but not yet in the history books.

Black Theatre Workshop's presentation/World Premiere of Scotian Journey by Anne-Marie Woods. Black History Month School Tour Directed by Jamie Robinson • Set and Costume design by Nalo Soyini Bruce • Music Direction by Alejandra Nunez • Stage Management by Elyse Quesnel • Production Management by Tristynn Duheme • Technical Direction by Steve Schon • Scenic painting by William Patrick • Costume Design Assistance by Michael Fanfan

CAST: Manouchka ElinorGregory-Yves FénélonJazmin Ashley Illidge

This conceptual project was designed for training and promotional purposes.

Client profile: accomplished musician/producer.

The client wanted a home conducive to relaxing, working and entertaining. The style direction was an eclectic and 'timeless' decorative scheme that incorporates modern, industrial and antique elements in an open-concept space.

The services offered are: Interior Home Staging, Colour & Style Make-Overs and Exterior Design. design at distance (d@d) was a company providing affordable home design expertise across North America.

Interior design concept/plan, 3D illustration, presentation design: Nalo Bruce 

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