I’m based in Yerevan, but the whole beauty of freelancing takes me from the capital to the most distant locations in my country to interpret for people who need my help. I’ve worked with dozens of local clients as well as Armenians and foreign clients from the USA, Russia, Germany, Great Britain, Turkey and Ukraine. If you have a smartphone and an email account, we’re in business – and no matter where you live.


I work with a number of unique specialists, and you can find both young people and old warhorses among them. We all have one thing in common, we love what we do and never stop getting better in our field and occupation. If I can’t help you for something urgent to translate, the best team of experienced colleagues backs me up and they are extremely reliable and punctual. Concerning interpretation, I love working with a pair. It is both professional, polite and energy-saving mode of working, and here again there is a list of brilliant names who are well known in the market. As for content writing, my cooperation starts from dealing with marketers, SEO specialists, etc.


I’m a work-from-home mom of two and a busy woman in my late twenties. Juggling the responsibilities of a woman and business lady, I need to be super-organized and self-disciplined or else I can fail to meet the deadlines or suddenly be late for the conference in the early morning. This is a pretty good Armenian description of multitasking which is not that difficult especially for simultaneous interpreters who perfectly know how to speak one thing, and think about something else at the same time. It’s not always easy but it’s always worth it, due to my big and supportive family which is a perfect group of partners in crime and I wouldn’t trade a thing. Thank you, Lord for everything!