Guillermo Parra is an audiovisual translator and teaching assistant in the Translation and Language Sciences Department of the Pompeu Fabra University (UPF), in Barcelona. He teaches Translation and the Media and Fundamentals of Translation, for which he received the UPF Social Council Award for Teaching Quality in 2015. Guillermo holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Translation and Interpreting and a Master’s Degree in Translation Studies and is currently doing a PhD on the topic of disorderly speech applied to audiovisual translation under the supervision of Patrick Zabalbeascoa and Eduard Bartoll. He is the author of the Master’s paper Disorderly speech and its translation: fear and loathing among letters, recently published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing (Dore, 2016). He is also an active member of CEDIT (Centre for Discourse and Translation Studies) and ATRAE (Association of Audiovisual Translation and Adaptation of Spain).