François Delzors

Translates from English, German, Italian, Spanish and Catalan into French.

François graduated from the Cologne University of Applied Sciences (Germany) with a Master’s degree in Translation and Interpretation while working as a translator and news speaker at Deutsche Welle, Germany’s international broadcaster.

Upon his return to France in 1995, he set up his own business, initially translating novels (Father of Frankenstein, Christopher Bram, 1995, Privileged Conversation, Evan Hunter, 1996, Gladly the Cross-Eyed Bear, Ed McBain, 1996) before specializing in IT, localization and telecommunications.

His skills later diversified into other fields such as banking and finance, engineering and industrial automation, as well as official EU reports. Together with Sophie and Corine, he founded Lingualis in 2003, opening a Spanish branch in Barcelona in 2013.

François also offers voice-over and dubbing services in French and German.