One of my life mottos is “art heals”. On Juneteenth, I crafted flowers for the Rose River Memorial project in front of the MLK fountain in Yerba Buena Gardens, San Francisco.Read More
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7 Misconceptions About Tourette’s
A few years ago, I wrote a blog entry titled 7 Misconceptions About Synesthesia. When I penned this listicle, I had no idea it would become the most popular post on my website. It’s been viewed thousands of times by readers from numerous countries. I’m thrilled that “7 Misconceptions About Synesthesia” feels relevant to so…Read More
Is there a snake inside you?
Come find your inner snake on Earth Day! Please join me at Hox Zodiac SNAKE hosted by Victoria Vesna from the Art | Sci Center at UCLA, and Siddharth Ramakrishnan, the Jennie M. Caruthers Chair in Neuroscience at the University of Puget Sound. This ssssssssspecial event will be held on Zoom Friday April 22nd, 2022…Read More
I’m fascinated by the ouroboros, the snake that chases its tail. This ancient circular symbol represents eternal renewal, the cycle of life, death, and rebirth. The name ouroboros comes from the Greek words for “tail” ouros, and “eating” boros. So the literal translation is something more akin to “the snake that eats itself”. I feel…Read More
“Love” is the Color of a Sunset
Ah! the color of “love”!Read More
I ♥️ Art
I heart art. From painting to literature to the Cadillac Ranch in Amarillo, Texas, I get what I like to call “art joy” from bearing witness to other artist’s works and from making my own creations. I’ve got a lot of projects in progress this year, both solo endeavors and collaborations, as do many of…Read More
What’s the Buzz?
Buzz! Buzz! I recently participated as a research subject in a study focused on the Neosensory Duo. Honestly, I am thrilled with the results I experienced following Neosensory’s user-friendly tinnitus protocols. Wearable technology is all the rage, but the Duo is more than just…..well….buzz! I first learned about sensory substitution devices at the 2016 United…Read More
It’s About Time
I was resetting the clocks in my home for daylight savings time when I had a flashback to my first clock-radio. My parents told me that when I learned to tell time, I could have a Disney AM radio with a clock, nightlight, and alarm. It was pale yellow melamine, and had a parade of…Read More