Madamn Burnz: on eating fire, finding aerial, and continuing after a spinal injury
Madamn Burnz is our assistant editor of studios and the map. In this extended biography, she relates her unnamed skeletal condition which left her bones flexible, but not dense. She found her calling in fire, and later, discovered aerial. An aerial accident left her with a broken spine, and she was fortunate to not to have been paralyzed. It was through her accident and nine-month recovery that she found an interest in teaching, and soon founded her studio, the SkyHigh Odditorium (or Observatory).
My human body was given life nearly 30 years ago, bearing the blessing and curse of an unidentifiable medical condition. My bones did not support a dense maturation process, though did extend in length; this condition produced an oddly flexible skeletal frame, and a thick muscle build, especially given my fortunate diet. My infant body was found climbing the stairs feet side up prior to developing stand alone walking skills. In first grade, I was entertaining myself during recess by doing backflips off the swing set, running around rampantly with my imaginary friends, and ties bows behind my back single handedly.