I STRAP THE CAMERA ON MY HEAD and plunge down the rabbit hole that is Burning Man. A great place to get lost in, indeed. A great place to collide with thousands of fun loving souls and dance until dawn.
Because I don’t know how to adequately explain what happens to me for that week in the desert I have made this video. I also made this video to remind myself how fun life is, how easy it can be to get into a big glittery pile of giddy mischief.
I love Ian McKenzie’s take on Burning Man. His Love Letter to the Temple of Transition moved me the first, second, and third time I watched it. I couldn’t have done that video, and I like that. I am grateful that others are here to remind me of the introspective moments of hope and love between the tequila and trampolines.
I like to think Ian and I present the yin and yang of the Burning Man experience. A dichotomy of soulful silence and playful shrieks, of monks and merry pranksters.
Of prayers and pyrotechnics.