The exhibition traces the more than three-decade evolution of an event that has morphed from a bohemian beach gathering in San Francisco in 1986 to the modern-day 68,000-person pop-up city in Northern Nevada's Black Rock Desert each year.
Burning Man’s founders open their vaults to share never-before-seen photographs, artifacts, journals, sketches, and notebooks revealing how this temporary experimental desert city came to be—and how it continues to evolve.
Playboy gains insights into Will and Crimson's relationship, as well as their experiences at Envision Festival.
Will Roger Peterson shares insights of his life in Gerlach with Oliver Roeder.
Legends of Love: Crimson Rose and Will Roger Peterson
Will Roger Peterson exhibits in Home Means Nevada, a photo exhibit celebrating Nevada's Public Lands.
Some of the Silver State’s most spectacular landscapes went on display Monday in Washington, D.C., as a weeklong photo exhibit called “Home Means Nevada” debuted in the rotunda of the Senate Russell Building.
Transformation is a huge part of the 70,000-person annual arts gathering in Northern Nevada's Black Rock Desert. What is lesser known, however, is how it has changed the lives of some of the people who created it.
"I fell in love with Burning Man co-founder Will Roger’s vision for this 3,800-acre parcel of land located just ten miles from the Black Rock desert. Imagine a utopian laboratory for experimenting with energy, environmentalism, and new models of shelter and community." - Chip Connely
An short film documenting the dynamic relationship of inspiration, creativity and love between Crimson Rose and Will Roger Peterson.