Daniel Steele

Sounds in the City, McGill University

Daniel Steele is a PhD candidate in Catherine Guastavino’s Multimodal Interaction Lab at McGill University and an aspiring soundscape planner. He has served as research lead on the Sounds in the City and Musikiosk projects and formerly worked in hearing loss research. He has studied urban design, psychoacoustics, math, and music at McGill, Stanford, and MIT.