Chanelle Moriah (they/them) is a neurodivergent author and
illustrator who is passionate about creating spaces of
understanding to allow the freedom of individual expression. As a
late-diagnosed autistic ADHDer, with other related conditions and
forms of neurodivergence, they are particularly passionate about
bringing awareness to the different ways in which neurodivergence
can present, and the importance of being able to live your life
accordingly. They hope that by sharing their life and experiences,
and helping others to understand, they are reducing the harm and
trauma (even if only for one person) that neurodivergent
individuals face in existing in a neurotypical world.
Chanelle lives in Wellington and enjoys bubble tea, lego and sitting in the rain.