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Todd Adkisson


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City State : Portland OR

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Translation Service(s): Translating
ATA Certified: Yes
Japanese into English
Interpreting Mode(s): Consecutive
Interpreting Method(s) In-person
Interpreting Service(s): None Selected
Interpreting Only
Areas of Specialization:
Interpreting Credentials:
Sign Language: No
Education: Undergraduate
T&I Degree: No
Experience: 20+ Years
Computer Equipment Used: Mac
Translation Tools: OmegaT
Language Combinations:
Japanese into English
English into Japanese
Native Language:
This is the dominant target language
Areas of Specialization:
Industry & Technology
Patents, trademarks, & copyrights
Additional Information: This entry was manually updated by Todd Adkisson on 4/1/2024.

I have been translating since 1994, and I have been certified by the ATA for translation in the Japanese-to-English direction.

My many translations include topics in electronics, mechanics, computers, semiconductors, medical devices, and general business. My electronics background includes two years of translating and engineering at NEC, a major Japanese electronics company.

My BA is from the University of California-Davis (1985), with English Writing as the major. In addition, I took intensive Japanese at the University of Washington. I have 30 years of Japanese language experience, with five years residence in Japan.

I founded Blue Sea Press LLC, which provides online Japanese learning systems, and I developed the products on the site, located at .

In addition to ATA membership since 2001, I have been a member of the Japan Association of Translators (JAT) since 1997 and was a board director in 2003.

View/download Todd_Adkisson_Resume_Letter.pdf
ATA Status: Life/Voting Member
Payment Methods Accepted: Check
Currencies Accepted: US Dollar
Japanese yen

* Language combinations in bold denote ATA certification in that combination

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