James has Sound to Taste synaesthesia, a neurological condition with a genetic basis which causes him to experience flavour sensations whenever he hears sounds or reads words. His artwork shows the synaesthetic flavours that flood his mouth when he passes through different stations on the London Underground tube train network. Each flavour is triggered by the name of the station. Brain imaging studies show that James’ experiences are tied to atypical activation in gustatory cortex and to areas implicated in polymodal imagery and self-directed thought.
- Dr. Julia Simner, Synaesthesia & Sensory Integration Lab The University of Edinburgh 2014
Chief Technology Officer
Peter has more than 35 years experience of working in IT, employed by or providing consultancy to organisations in the advertising, retail, leisure and health sectors as well as local and central government agencies.
He has undertaken consultancy, project management and technical roles across most IT disciplines. He has devised and implemented application and technology strategies to meet organisations' business needs, often across more than one site or internationally. This depth and breadth of experience is a great advantage when seeking to promote the business and technical solutions best suited to client requirements.