Burning Man revellers dance at sunrise. The 10-day desert festival is turning 30 this year, but a lot has changed since is started on a beach in San Francisco. Photograph: Jim Urquhart/Reuters
The client, who shall remain nameless, has more money than time. Much, much more money.
So when he has to prepare for Burning Man – the eight-day desert festival with bedrock principles including “radical self-reliance”, “radical self-expression”, “decommodification” and “participation” – he does what any self-respecting rich guy would do.