SiriusTranslations is a Buenos Aires-based provider of Spanish and English translation and language solutions, founded by Ian Hawkins and Roxana García Liotta in 2017. With a dedicated team of international linguists from diverse professional backgrounds, SiriusTranslations serves all major industry sectors throughout the Spanish- and English-speaking world. Our work is a guarantee of professionalism, efficiency, reliability and commitment.
Born and raised in the West Midlands, UK, Ian began his professional career as a researcher in the field of aerodynamics, before branching out and forming a company providing information technology services for diverse industry sectors across the UK and Europe.
In 2002, however, a trip through several Latin American countries ignited a passion to master and work with the Spanish language in a professional capacity, ultimately leading Ian to obtain permanent residence status in Argentina and establish a career as a translator-interpreter.
Ian graduated with honours from the University of Glasgow, UK in 1997 as an Aeronautical Engineer. He also holds a diploma in Simultaneous Interpreting from the Lucille Barnes Studio of Interpretation and Translation in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and a postgraduate diploma in Translation and Interpretation from the University of Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Roxana García Liotta
Born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Roxana received a solid grounding in the English language from a very early age, attending the prestigious Northlands bilingual high school.
An expert in environmental subjects, Roxana has acquired over ten years' experience in non-governmental organizations, particularly in the conservation of marine fauna, fisheries, and protected areas.
Roxana graduated from the Catholic University of Argentina (UCA) in 2000 as a sworn translator, and also holds a master's degree in Environmental Management from the National University of General San Martín (UNSAM), achieving the highest award for completing her thesis. She is licensed with the City of Buenos Aires Sworn Translators' Association (CTPCBA), as well as the Association of Sworn Translators and Interpreters of the Buenos Aires Province, San Isidro branch (CTPIPBA).