Most recently, I've been creating visual art from voices and sounds. I also make emotive voices for people with communication disorders. Giving someone a voice that can transition from "happy" to "sad" to "angry" empowers them to better express emotion when they need to; in a way others can also connect with. I also develop voices for simulation environments, such as cockpit and air traffic control simulators. I'm currently working on a National Science Foundation research project to use emotional voices along with the appropriate facial expressions - our goal is to add a powerful speech therapy tool for users with Autism, Traumatic Brain Injury, strokes and other conditions that impact speech communication.