Tactile Impression: Firm hands that moves sharp; often smells of coffee, however occasionally either rose or frankincense. Used to have long wavy hair, but now have short hair above shoulder.  Usually LOY hard (apology in advance!). Mmmm-vibrates whenever hugging.  

My name sign is shown in this ASL video:

[Video description: A white blonde woman is sitting in front of green background, wearing a dark purple shirt with a black cardigan. The very-brief video opens with her signing in American Sign Language: "Hello! I am Kirsi (name sign shown first, which is a handshape of "K" tapping on cheek twice; then name is fingerspelling".]

What is a Deaf interpreter? - ASL video:
"A Deaf Interpreter is a specialist who provides interpreting, translation, and transliteration services in American Sign Language and other visual and tactual communication forms used by individuals who are Deaf, hard-of-hearing, and DeafBlind."

Interpreting Skills:
DeafBlind interpreting (Tactile, Close/Low‐vision interpreting, ProTactile)
Platform interpreting (tandem teaming with hearing and Deaf intermediary interpreters)
Contact Sign (formerly known as Pidgin Signed English/PSE)
Translation (between American Sign Language & written English)Audience Mirroring/Shadowing
International Sign

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Kirsi Majuri-Langdon

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