For most of us, music is a great unifier, an art form that brings people together from all walks of life. But what if you couldn’t hear the lyrics or the rhythmic tunes that bring meaning to some of our most complex feelings? Using cymatics, the science of visualizing audio frequencies, one deaf musician is making music accessible to the non-hearing world — and giving others a new way to engage with sound — altering the concert-going experience and creating new forms of communication and expression.

Natasha Scully

Natasha Scully is an NYC-based multimedia journalist specializing in web videos and documentary film. Her videos have appeared in outlets such as the South Africa's Mail & Guardian and MSNBC. Natasha got her Master's degree at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism, where her main focus was on international reporting and video storytelling.