Wes Rowe, an SF State graduate and freelance photojournalist in the Bay Area can make an impressive burger. The layers of creativity seen in his photographs can also be found sandwiched between freshly baked buns every Wednesday and Sunday evening. Rowe has joined the pop-up scene in San Francisco, taking his passion for making gourmet hamburgers to local cafes and restaurants that open up their kitchens to him. Perhaps being a freelancer has made it much easier for him to pursue both passions on his own terms. It’s always nice to meet someone who really enjoys what they do for a living! Now, if you’re living in San Francisco, I urge you to watch this video on a Wednesday or Sunday because I can assure you that you’ll want one.
December 17, 2013
A Pop-Up Passion
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