Daniel is an English native speaker and holds a bachelor’s degree in Business and Law from the London School of Economics and a Master of Studies in International Relations from the University of Cambridge. His research dissertation at Cambridge dealt with Ukraine’s foreign relations with the EU, NATO and the CIS using various hypotheses culled from rationalist and constructivist theories.
Daniel was born and grew up in the UK before spending several years in the USA, in Los Angeles, CA and Wilmington, NC. He moved to Germany in 2000, initially working as a freelance English business trainer with a focus on marketing, cross-cultural competences and HR management at various companies including BASF and Roche Diagnostics. He later worked as a freelance editor and proofreader on academic texts before joining AbbVie, an American pharmaceutical multinational in Ludwigshafen and Wiesbaden, as a translator and coordinator working together with research, government affairs and marketing/communications departments.
With over ten years of experience in the editing business, he has developed his expertise and a thorough understanding of the difficulties confronting non-native speakers in academic writing and looks forward to lending you a helping hand along the way.