What clients say about us

Sean is an excellent linguist, and also conscientious and courteous. Happy to continue working with him!
Dan Brennan

Libero Language Lab

We have worked with Sean for several years on a steady basis. He is very professional, timely, and delivers quality translation!

Wendy Matson Bergonse

Feature Subtitling & Translation

Great working with Sean, always keen to help and on time. A key person for Lucchesi Localise Limited!

Maria-Pia Lucch

Lucchesi Localise Limited

I have had the pleasure of working with Sean over the past several years. Sean has provided excellent translations and has always delivered on time. There have been many occasions where the deadlines were next to impossible to meet, but Sean always came through. I’d work with Sean at any time.
Jeremy Stewart

President at Sub-Techs Localization Services, Inc.

We have worked with Sean for several years on a steady basis. He is very professional, timely, and delivers quality translation.

Pamela Havens Holcomb

Project Manager at Bang Zoom! Entertainment

Quick turn around on rush jobs.
Jonathan Starks

UC Translations

I *highly* recommend Sean as a Chinese language translator for any purpose. He translated a Chinese language film for us with superb results.
Michael Toji

Director of Operations at Monkeyland Audio

Translation Boulevard Launches WordPress Integration Solution.

Translation Boulevard is working with WPML to provide multi-language translation services to WordPress websites. WPML enables WordPress websites to become multilingual, making it easy to translate WordPress pages, posts, tags, categories, and themes.  


Smartcat has recently partnered with Translation Boulevard, a US-based LSP that offers translation services, website localization, subtitling, transcription, transcreation, voice over, and DTP.Translation Boulevard has a strong non-profit record in the Baltimore area, offering scholarship and backpack programs to orphans and single-parent children.


Which Dialect of Chinese Should I use for my clients? Mandarin, Cantonese, or Simplified Chinese?

Many professionals in the language field are confused by the complexity of Chinese, such as the differences between Mandarin Chinese, Cantonese, and the Mandarin used in Taiwan.