I am a Synaesthete living in Toronto - Ontario, Canada. 


My background is in medical anthropology, ethnomusicology, and a 2015 brain injury. 


Keeping to date with the global research community, and by applying the concepts of new age quantum physics  - I aim to contribute to the global conscience of Synesthesia.


Currently, I am conducting my own research, specifically on emotion and eidetic memory, and the experience of TRAUMA


The more I divulge into the sensorium, the more I want to open-source my findings and contribute to the community of Brain & Cognition Research, as well as  New Age Physices Research. I aim to share my point of view through writing and the story telling powers of multi-media art.



Member of:

International Association of Synaesthetes, Artists and Scientists

Founding Member (2017)

The Canadian Synesthesia Association



The Synesthesia List  

(Sourced by Prof. Dr. Day, Dept of Behavioural and Social Sciences - Trident Technical College, Charleston South Carolina )

Current Collaborations


  • The Canadian Council for The Arts 

  • 2017-Present Research for Non-Fiction Publication in Natural Science 


 Past Participation:


  • Participant at the IASAS 2017 SYMPOSIUM - UCLA 


In conjunction with the California Nanosystems InstituteLos Angeles, California

  • University of Sussex

 Brighton, United Kingdom 


  • University of Boston

Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A


  • Macquarie University, Austrailia 

Lifetime Ongoing Synesthesia Research Participant

  • Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics


Decoding the Genetics of Synaesthesia Completed

Nijmegen, The Netherlands

(organized by a Study Group at the Language and Genetics Department at the MPI for Psycholinguistics)


Smell & Synesthesia Completed

Stockholm, Sweden

Lead Researcher: Prof Asifa Majid 

Organized by: The Language and Cognition Department at MPI for Psycholinguistics

To learn more about this study click here

To listen to the BBC Radio 4 documentary featuring Asifa Majid on the sense of smell, click here