Andrew Love is a seventeen-year-old POTS patient, with a cousin who suffers from ME/CFS. He is a high school student, not a professional documentary maker, but he’s hoping to make a documentary about what it’s really like to have ME/CFS, told from the perspective of the people who live with it. In order to do so, he’s looking for contributors. In particular, he’s hoping to find people willing to submit video logs of their day-to-day life or written accounts of life with ME/CFS, as well as people happy to be interviewed online about their condition, but he’s also open to other forms of participation.
If you’re interested in helping out, you can view a brief introductory video above, or read more information about the project here. There’s also a Facebook group where you can ask questions or leave comments.
You can read about another ME/CFS documentary here.