JUAN PABLO CULASSO
Consultant in Accessibility and Inclusion
I work to create accessible and inclusive experiences and to preserve the heritage of natural sounds.
Learn more about my work on this page!
20 years ago I work in the recording and divulgation of nature's sounds. I studied with the curator of the neotropical sound archive, Jacques Vielliard, at the State University of Campinas (UNICAMP) in Brazil.
I am currently a contributor to the sound collection Macaulay Library, the most important nature sounds library in the world.
In February 2014 I was the winner of the first edition of the SuperBrains program - broadcasted by the National Geographic channel - for my ability to identify birds by their songs.
I have published more than 15 works portraying the sounds of birds in the Americas. I have also lectured and taught courses in various conferences focused on nature in general, nature tourism, and birds in particular.
An event that marked my career was to be invited to Cornell University, in New York (United States), where I offered a conference entitled "A World of Sounds" in which sound landscapes of the places where I recorded were protagonists with its emblematic sounds.