3 episodes

Imagine seeing color upon hearing someone's voice and wondering what it all means. Chromatic Voices Project is an ongoing storytelling project about people's story and their color as heard and seen by Aray M. Till, a synesthete.

Chromatic Voices Aray M. Till

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Imagine seeing color upon hearing someone's voice and wondering what it all means. Chromatic Voices Project is an ongoing storytelling project about people's story and their color as heard and seen by Aray M. Till, a synesthete.

    Jeff Buell | Pantone 1955 C

    Jeff Buell | Pantone 1955 C

    A friend, a developer, a seeker of the next good thing. A complex human who wears his emotions on his sleeve and isn’t afraid to shout it from the roof tops. Meet Jeff, whose voice colors Aray's vision in Pantone 1955C. A hue that's saturated like a juicy soft, off the branch, warmed by the sun raspberry.

    • 30 min
    Nicole Manupella | Pantone 3522 C

    Nicole Manupella | Pantone 3522 C

    A friend, a daughter, a sister. A calligrapher, adventurer, a seeker of the thrill and of belonging. Meet Nicole, whose voice colors Aray's vision in Pantone 3522C. A hue that's as hypnotic as the peacock's feathers.

    • 16 min
    Adam Foti | Pantone 351 C

    Adam Foti | Pantone 351 C

    A husband, a chef, an entrepreneur and a charismatic friend.

    Meet Adam, whose voice colors Aray's vision in Pantone 351C. A hue that's a happy middle between sea foam green and the slightly surprising and refreshing feeling of mint in mint chocolate chip ice cream.

    This is the first episode of the Chromatic Voices podcast as part of the Chromatic Voices Project; a storytelling exploration of people's voices and their colors as heard and seen by Aray M. Till, a synesthete.

    • 20 min

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sariahjane ,

Who knew sound was a color??

This is a brilliant podcast of get-to-know-you work that Aray has put together based on her synesthesia, or ability to essentially hear in color. Once we learn the guest’s color, we then hear a full interview with them. It’s a non-synesthestics game to find what each guest tells us about the color we know belongs to them.

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