The brief was to create a motion piece for an experimental electro-acoustic composition that explores the textural aspect of the human voice. The project was presented at an experimental music concert at the Roy O. Disney Hall at the California Institute of the Arts. The motion piece successfully translated the distinctly human voice textures, the mechanical distortions, the depth of sound and the sometimes psychedelic feel of the composition into a visual experience. Looking at the motion piece while listening to the composition ties them both together so tightly that it is difficult to imagine any other visuals for the sound, or any other sound for the visuals. The audio-visual experience combined leads the listener into a journey through the depths of sound and texture.