BSL/English Interpreters working in and around Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Leicestershire, Birmingham, London, and across the whole of the UK.
Tom and Kat are delighted to have been selected by actors, artists, and production companies as preferred interpreters for television and theatre production rehearsals and workshops, backstage, and on set.
Both Tom and Kat have a wealth of experience interpreting at business and committee meetings, workshops and seminars, within higher education, as well as festival and platform interpreting.
The pair have many years of experience working in a variety of Christian settings and have Interpreted the instalments of Bishops in cathedrals, on stage at many Christian festivals and events, and have interpreted weddings, baptisms/christenings, and many funerals.
Kat has been a qualified teacher for over 16 years, she is a qualified Teacher of the Deaf and worked in Deaf education for 7 years. Her experience within education, and her first class honours degree in Performing Arts means she is highly sought after for interpreting work within both education and within the arts. As a trained actor, Kat has been cast as an integrated interpreter in professional theatre productions.
Tom has a background in technical project management and consultancy meaning he is ideally placed to provide interpreting services for assignments requiring an understanding of IT, web, and digital. With two decades of experience within technical theatre and video production Tom is often requested to be an interpreter on set, on location, and backstage for theatre, television, and film.
Tom and Kat have regular BSL to English translation work providing spoken English voice-over for BSL videos. Assignments have included social media content, survey instructions and questions, a children’s book, and church services.
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