These are pictures from ODDWALK 2.0, a group art show, although at 138 artists, maybe mob art show is a better term. Anywho, it was great the see so much art and so many people packed into Steve “Paynie” Payne’s new DTLA art space, Oddville. The show was curated by […]
A new venue and a new group of fine folks. Who needs costumes, expensive drinks, Bros and sparkle ponies. Although an outdoor area and a sofa or two would have been nice, this was an old-school down and dirty tip, exactly what you would expect from the Dirtybirds. Many thanks […]
The Family Jam is a monthly night of artistic exploration and entertainment put on by the performance group, The Narrators.
Luminous Movement presented by Lu Fam Pro once again brought the Delicious DEEP HO– USE Delights to Zanzibar in Santa Monica!
I miss her so.
Even with goggles and a dust mask, it hard to go out and see the city when…you can’t even see the city.
Thanks to all of the lovely Que Viva! Camp members who worked (and played) so hard to make this camp a success.
Raising awareness, igniting creativity, championing inclusiveness and having hella fun at Burning Man
Wonderful. Wet. Wild. Woogie. Weekend.
A three-stage roman candle of house, breaks and techno
Hooray for Headtron in Hollywood
Who is the prodigal son? And why does he like house music so much?
Uncorning so hard!
The littlest festies.
The Bridges of Do Lab County
Lightning in a Bottle Los Angeles Preparty at Club Nokia
The Dirty Beetles once again rocked the King King in Hollywood with a dual-purpose party.
Be vewy, vewy quiet. We’re hunting Festies!
Get ready to Boogaloo!
King King. Sold out.
Unicorns gotta eat, too…
When I think of “serenity”, dubstep is not the first thing that comes to mind.
Much love to J*Labs and The Good Vibe for knocking it out of the park again.
Grateful Generation presented the first “A-Bun-Dance” of 2015 at The Magical LURE Lure in Hollywood.
I think that property values in North Hollywood may have nudged up just a little bit…
Bazaar! The Dirty Beetles holiday throw-down.
Where is Richard Simmons when you need him?
Find your animal. Make it dance.
Scorpios take over the Westside!
What better way to celebrate the dead than by dancing thru the night to some sexy musical vibes?
Celebrating the power of the divine feminine.
One DJ. One room. All night long.
Pumpkin knocked another one out of the park.
This year, Burning Man accepted three of my images to be added to the official Burning Man Image Galleries.
Butterflies, spray paint, mud, Bloody Marys, dominos, penguin hugs, dust, art, heroes, lightning, communication, dance breaks, the playa, Burning Man. Que Viva!
So, okay. Some years are tougher than others. This (my 13th, go figure) burn was one of the harder ones. Too much work and drama. It did rain, but that turned out to be one of the best days. Also, our camp, Que Viva, did a spectacular job executing our […]
A big thank you goes out to Chino, the crew, the performers and especially the family of friends that makes The Gathering such an amazing event.
Camp Charlie and The Cruz Coalition put on the third Annual IN UNICORNS WE TRUST, a fund-raiser for the Camp Charlie Burning Man camp. Hey, did you think that unicorns were cheap? Think again! Camp Charlie has SEVERAL unicorn art cars and let me tell you, they don’t run of fairy farts. So, a fundraiser […]
The Good Vibe gifted LA with an old-school underground party and great music.
Grateful Generation presents the latest episode of the A-Bun-Dance series: Into the Future.
After a six-year hiatus, I returned for the second time to the Lightning in a Bottle festival.
This past weekend, I had the pleasure of taking pictures for the Family Love Village at the Lightning in a Bottle Festival.
What do you get when you cross a prom and a pajama party? Prom-Jama!
Shade, the free, fabulous, family-frendly freak fest, returned to Zuma Beach on May 17th.
Opulent Temple brings it’s signature event, the ‘White Party’, back to Los Angeles .
A Burner marching band and “Electro-Gospel” music collide.
Party on the Sunset Trip.
DJs Robato and Jacques the Ripper and a bunch of friends get together for an evening eclectic house music.
The Shadies return to Woodley Park.
Options for the RV-averse.
For the Love of Drum and Breaks!
How I helped Jerry to get his kids to eat their vegetables.
Okay, awesome DJs? Check. Sexy people? Check. Chill location? Check. Boat rides? Uh…check!
The TBTN crew breaks out another night of breakbeats, booties, bassline benchpressing…and all that junk.
Grateful Generation brought “A-Bun-Dance” back to the Beautiful Lure Nightclub in Hollywood.
When Laura and I went to Burning Man last year, we camped with young couple, Aaron and Lisa. They both work on a farm which is owned by Aaron’s family, the Kern Family Farm. The farm is located in the mountains of the Sierra National Forest, the nearest town […]
LABA comes to the King King in Hollywood to present “Kick In The Bass!!”
Jesse Saunders, “The Originator of House Music”, celebrated his birthday this year with some friends at a tiny bar in Universal City called El Bar.
All right, I won’t call it a comeback. Let’s just call it Take Back the Night Productions return to the underground.
The One Series is a thing of beauty, based around the simple concept of One (Amazing) DJ, One Room, All Night.
A world of light, sound, movement, imagination, and creativity. Come be transformed by immersing yourself in the outlandish and creative minds that will surely make you feel Alive!
Thanks to Travis FatFinger Lea for on putting this snowy event.
Grateful Generation brings “A-Bun-Dance” back to the Beautiful Lure Nightclub in Hollywood: This Time A Magical Outdoor Wonderland of Love and Bohemian Burner Bazaar at one of Hollywood’s sexiest nightclubs.
The Good Vibe, BurnLA and Raindance brought a Chinese New Year celebration of epic proportions!
Chino and the Transmorphagon crew threw down a fundraiser for T’Gon’s appearance at the upcoming “Bequinox” regional Burning Man event and for their art car, Omega 2, to cruise the playa at Burning Man this year.
In case you missed it, here is my scene from the first episode of “Mob City”.
The Good Vibe started off the New Year with a new night dedicated to the ladies the run the West Coast bass scene. From house to tech-house, ghetto funk to breaks, Garage and trap these ladies have it all! Featuring divaDanielle, DJ Shiva, Phunky Brewster, Gina Calderoni & Jeska Marie Claire.
The Grove is invaded by several hundred “Love Mobbers”. The serenaded the surprised shoppers with “All You Need is Love”, then went on their merry way.
Lu Fam Pro presents the Luminous Movement with GOVINDA & DJ FABIAN ALSULTANY + resident DJ Amore One, glow hoop performance by LuLu Lam, & hosted by J Brave! Thanks for letting me take your picture!
Since 2009, I have been honored to have some of my images from Burning Man added to the official Burning Man Image Gallery. Here are my contributions. Many thanks to Mr. Coy for taking the “Wedding Kiss” picture.
Thanksgiving was last week, but it’s always a good time to show Gratitude!
They had to funk! Funk for Peace!
I’ll be the cop with the Tommy gun.
Thanksgiving Eve is when Wednesday becomes Friday.
Images from the Installation Ceremony of Anne Cohen as the new Pastor of the Mount Hollywood Congreational Church
At Mission in Culver City
The Good Vibe reminds us why The Big Bass Allstar Variety Show remains one of the freshest Hollywood nights.
These pictures are from “Gathering”, the third collaboration with Simple Gourmet & Wallspace. This pop-up dinner hosted over fifty people, making this fall event the largest one yet.
Here are some of the folks at the 2013 Los Angeles Burning Man Decompression. Thanks for letting me take your picture!
He’s a (Playa) poet, but he didn’t know it.
Pictures from our Burning Man 2013 camp.
Pictures from this year’s Burning Man festival.
My new exhibit, “NoHo: A Native Resolution,” is a photographic tribute to my quirky L.A neighborhood.
These pictures are from “The Gathering”, a So-Cal summertime festival. It was a great time hanging with old friends and making new one. Thanks for letting me take your picture.
A pop-up dinner featuring family-style seasonal fare and surrounded by the art of more than 60 Los Angeles-based artists.
Burners and other cock lovers gather at the Syrup loft in Downtown Los Angeles. The event was a fund-raiser to help the Giant Cock Car return to Burning Man.
An incredibly catchy melody, a mysterious lyric and a charming lesson about the present moment.
Wallspace celebrates their 1st anniversary, representing over 60 Los Angeles based artists with 350 pieces hanging in salon style and all in “1” dynamic gallery.
A social experiment in gifting.
It was like a high-school reunion of only the fun kids.
This coming Saturday, Wallspace LA is celebrating their one year anniversary.
My brother, Dr. Greg Edwards, was recently written up in his hometown newspaper, the Las Vegas Review Journal. I think that’s pretty cool.
Mark your calendars, because on Friday, April 19th, Bob’s Esspreso Bar will once again host “The Veterans of Comedy”, featuring Cathy Ladman, Steve Mittleman, Ritch Shydner and more!
A few photos from the first Shade party of 2013.
“Why aren’t we charging for this?!!”
Here is my 2013 Moo MiniCard photo gallery.
No horses, just horsepower.
A heroic bird at the North Hollywood Red Line station.