Juliana Scodeler is a Brazilian-born audiovisual artist and communicator based in Dublin since 2007.
Her passions include writing, music production and storytelling; her work is a perpetual experiment in human connection, exploring subjects such as borders, identity, prejudice, sexuality and quantum physics.
Juliana’s VR business licensed by Google has produced over 70 Virtual tours in Ireland, Berlin and Brazil over the past 7 years.
Juliana’s experience in producing 360 imagery – so far has proven an essential asset in materialising her humanitarian and conservation project ‘The Healing Machine’ which you can see here: http://www.thehealingmachine.org
For the past 3 years, with the mentoring of an indigenous chief, traditional doctor and shaman – Juliana has been facilitating a pioneer research into the spiritual practices and plant medicine knowledge being extinct, under the guardianship of two ethnic groups in the Amazon Forest.
‘This is a culmination of interests and the merging of practices on immersive art, music production, philosophy, ancient healing, plant medicine, neuroscience, quantum physics and technology.
At a personal level, I search for truth, freedom and justice.
I want to hone skills that defy my logic and challenge my rational brain, as to create an alternate view of the world, to encourage people to think with their own minds, to question the imposed norm.
I am merging my Neurolinguistic Programming training with a Harvard certificate on Fundamentals of Neuroscience I am pursuing right now and mixing this with indigenous healing rituals. I aim to speak to the unconscious mind of my target audience, to talk to the invisible part of us humans.
– and spark a (measurable) positive change in the way we interact with Nature. Anything is possible when one believes in magic. Once acknowledged, one cannot help but see it.’
Our sister company company JSP360 has produced virtual tours for over 70 businesses across Europe since it was established – capturing everything from small venues to truly large spaces such as ‘The Convention Centre Dublin’ and ‘Croke Park National Stadium’ which covers an area of 700,000 sq ft over 7 levels.
Since JSP360 was established, Juliana’s virtual tours have reached a total of 38 million views according to data from Google.
Her work has been shortlisted for several photography competitions winning Nikon Photo of the Month in November 2014 overall Uk and Ireland.
Juliana Scodeler Photography and JSP360 list of clients include:
Joanne Hynes fashion designer
Croke Park Stadium
The Convention Centre Dublin
The Old Jameson Distillery
Atlas Language School
Cafe en Seine
Carton House Hotel
David O’Reilly Antique Fireplaces and Restoration
De La Punc
Elephant and Castle Dublin
Ely Gastro Bar SF
Fade Street Social by Dylan McGrath
Fitzpatrick Club City
FItzpatricks Casino Dun Laoghaire
Fitzpatricks Casino Limerick
Fitzpatricks Casino Tallaght
Hang Tough Framing
ISI english school
JD’s Woodhouse Bray
Matt the Thresher
Porterhouse Temple Bar
The Bernard Shaw
The Decent Cigar Emporium
The Light Room Photography Studio
The Long Hall
The Market Bar
The Old Jameson Distillery
The Royal Meath
The Studio (hair salon)
The Twisted Pepper