Burning Man Turns 30: The Untold Lives of Nevada's Burner Royalty

THE STORIES OF THE THREE FOUNDERS WHO NOW CALL NEVADA HOME.

It is no secret that Burning Man changes lives.

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.

Crimson Rose, Will Roger and Michael Mikel are the three Burning Man founders who have made Nevada their home in recent years. They all have different stories to tell. Between the 70s and 80s, they arrived in San Francisco and became part of a celebration called Burning Man. Over three decades, they would change the festival and the festival would change them. > Read More