Burning Man, the annual week-long gathering in the Nevada Black Rock desert, is a photographer’s paradise.
From massive art installations and roving art cars to “the burn” itself, there’s no shortage of picturesque moments amidst the sprawling Playa and its 70,000 attendees.
San Diego-based freelance photographer Andrew Jorgensen, in cooperation with The Confluence, has shared a sampling of some of his best photos from this year’s event.
Averaging 12-13 festivals annually, Jorgensen’s specialization lies in “finessing the emotive environment of the festival landscape and, conveying to the outside world the awe-inspiring energy contained within,” according to his published biography. Aside from being an in-house photographer for some of the top music festivals in North America, he also shoots commercial advertising photography for a roster of clients that included Campbell’s Soup, Hilton Hotels plus several other top hospitality groups based in San Diego.
See Jorgensen’s Burning Man 2016 photos below and check out his full portfolio here.
All photos by Andrew Jorgensen for The Confluence.