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Close to a decade of studio images taken at Burning Man. Many of the images celebrate joy and life. Others were created to confront social rules that need to be challenged. Many of the photographs grew from this simple conversation: How do you want the world to be different? which was followed with Let s create an image which will help bring forth that change. A book can not hope to fully satisfy the need to express what you feel passionate about, on this cultural canvas we call Burning Man. Nothing can do it justice - you really had to be there, and that is true of every year. But I hope that we have done a reasonable job of documenting the amazing spirit of personal possibility; I hope we've been able to show the sharing of inspiration and how human connection is profound and how true liveliness can become a part of you, so that you carry it everywhere, a glowing ember in your heart. More than anything, I hope this book will spread that joy in places and hearts that cannot, for whatever reason, visit Black Rock City and play in its streets.
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Julian is the photographer of The People of Burning Man book. The book is very much a collaboration of many almost surreally skilled and wondrous friends. Since a very early age Julian was immersed in the most creative of cultures. Julian spent his youth in Greenwich village in New York City, a commune in Middleburg New York, and in Woodstock New York. His father Sydney Cash is a sculptor. His mother Loree is a painter, children's book author, and photographer. His sister Megan Cash is an illustrator and children's book author. His wife and love of 16 years, Jackie Cash, is a writer and cartoonist. She has been an integral collaborator in Julian's photography career. At age three Julian was at the Woodstock festival. He appears in the movie about the festival in several places. At age 9 Julian and his sister were featured in a fashion shoot on the cover of the New York Times Magazine. At age 10, the San Francisco Bay Guardian showed Julian operating a small business with his sister. By age 12 he began his photography career. Julian shot, developed, and printed self portraits and photographs of his friends posing and playing. "I still take the same type of photos that I took when I was 12", says Julian. "It's the technique that I've spent my life refining." Growing up, Julian was heavily influenced by five professional photographers who were all close friends of the Cash family. Julian took photographs throughout his young life. Julian attended Rochester Institute of Technology, which has one of the finest photography departments in the country. Julian moved from New York to San Francisco after college. As well as being a professional photographer, Julian is an illustrator, a cartoonist, a computer programmer, and very much enjoys project management.Review:
Mesmerizing! A visually glorious, fun, sexy celebration. Socially challenging and rejuvenating. Some of the best photography you'll ever experience. --Dr. Annie Sprinkle Ph.D.; Sex Activist *** Having watched Julian Cash at work, I remain baffled. Exactly how does he elicit these effects? The man is a magician. --Larry Harvey, Burning Man founder *** I found myself laughing and clapping as I turned the pages. It is as close to a 'Burning Man Bible' as we're likely to ever have. --John Halcyon Styn
Having watched Julian Cash at work, I remain baffled. Exactly how does he elicit these effects? The man is a magician. --Larry Harvey, Burning Man founder
I found myself laughing and clapping as I turned the pages. It is as close to a 'Burning Man Bible' as we're likely to ever have. --John Halcyon Styn
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