Photographer Seeking Bay Area Subjects to Tell Story of ME

A Bay area-based photographer is seeking people with myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) who are willing to share their stories and to be photographed for his new awareness raising initiative. 

Photographer Mark Tuschman’s work can be seen on his website, his book project on the lack of human rights for women and girls and through his recent project on immigration

A close family member of Mark’s has recently been diagnosed, and he is eager to lend his talent to help raise awareness for all people with ME and raise funds for research and treatments.

Currently, Tuschman is looking for individuals with ME in the SF Bay area who are interested in telling their stories. 

If you are interested in participating, please email Mark at: [email protected]

-Mark Tuschman. 650 867 6364

@mark_tuschman

http://immigrantsareUS.org  

http://tuschmanphoto.com

http://facesofcouragebook2015.com

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