The EndureMS Project (2009)
I created and dedicated this project to my older sister, Elizabeth, who suffers from Multiple Sclerosis. I tied myself to a 5’5, 30 lb. skeleton for one week to make the burden of living with a chronic illness like MS visible and accessible. My intention was to live my life as normally as possible while attached to the skeleton. I worked with the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Portland, Oregon Inc. (MSSP) to raise funds to help those currently living with MS.
Visit the website, endurems.org for more information.
The project raised an estimated $1770. Payton Biddington designed the phenomenal website and worked with Zaneta Taylor to create the promotional items. The main picture was taken by Jordan Sleeth of Advance Camera.
For more information:
Payton Biddington — http://www.paytonb.com/
Jordan Sleeth — http://www.advancecamera.com/
MSSP — http://www.msoregon.org/