Into the World of Synesthesia

September 1, 2010 § Leave a comment

A short audio documentary I made for a class at Northwestern was recently aired on Chicago Public Radio. It’s about a neurological condition called synesthesia – the involuntary coupling  of two unrelated sensory or cognitive experiences.

You can listen to it on Chicago Public Radio’s site here.


You may have noticed there hasn’t been much activity here for the past few months. I graduated college, moved to the Pacific Northwest, and started a full-time job. Not much time for blogging.

However, I am in the process of dreaming-up a new website that will host some of my published work and other miscellaneous projects. This may not launch for some time.

I hope you accept my excuses in the meantime. Look for me in the future.


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