At random, a strong sense of vertigo can overcome you as the central nervous system faces another attack.

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Seeing MS - Your are now seeing Dizziness

Photographed by Louis Petruccelli
Inspired by Lyn Petruccelli's invisible symptom


I can be struck down in just seconds.

Louis Petruccelli

Louis Petruccelli is an experienced and passionate Melbourne based photographer. Being married to Lyn has meant that he has seen first-hand the effects MS can have on someone’s life and those closest to them.

About Lyn

Lyn Petruccelli’s openness about living with MS helped inspire the Seeing MS project. Her dizziness strikes in random waves of vertigo, leaving her nauseous on some days, and bedridden on others.

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