I grew up in France so I am bilingual in French/ English. I studied Spanish for over 7 years. I have an MA in Spanish and History of Art from the University of Edinburgh. I lived in Argentina for a year, which established my love for South American and hispanic culture. I also love art and anything related to the history of art. I often take part in artistic projects in London.
I have recently completed a Celta course which means I am qualified to teach English as a foreign language. The latter is something I really enjoy and would love to pursue. I am also a qualified Spanish tutor. I have a handful of students that I am helping to work towards exams and improve their spoken Spanish.
Celta course - Cambridge Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults - is rewarded by Cambridge ESOL it is highly recognised.
September, 2004 - June, 2008
Joint honours degree from the university of Edinburgh.
My spanish dissertation was on the Influence of Moorish culture in the historic novels of Magdalena Lasala. I specialised in Golden Age Spanish literature.
My dissertation for History of Art was on Modernism in Argentina - looking at the painter Emilio Pettoruti. I specialised in contemporary art and architecture form the 1960s.