I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2004. I was fourteen years old.

My name is Jade Warner and Iā€™m an artist with a disability.

Because living life with MS has become a metaphorical backdrop, it influences how I physically and mentally participate in society. I use photography and other media to illustrate the unseen aspects of disability. My disability is mostly invisible to the outside world and art has become a means to visualize and communicate the aspects of invisible illness that cannot be seen.


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