It all started back in January 2011 when I began blogging about the burgers I was discovering under the guise of Burgerac, a burger detective hot on the trail of the finest burger in London...
The next thing I knew, the blog was being recommended by The Guide (The Guardian), mentioned in The Sunday Times’ Style magazine – and even name-checked in print by the likes of the Evening Standard’s restaurant critic Fay Maschler.
Writing the blog has given me the opportunity to meet amazing, inspirational people, eat awesome food and do all kinds of crazy burger-themed stuff. Like working with artists whose work I love to create original burger-themed accessories and homewares; judging nationwide burger contests; hosting a burger-pop up food and art event in London (in collaboration with BurgerMonday / Young & Foodish) and subsequently taking the Burgermat Show concept to Cape Town and Dublin; publishing a burger art and recipe book commemorating the Burgermat Show with Nobrow; and creating my own iPhone app (Burgerapp) that enabled users to find my pick of London’s best burgers.
More recently I collaborated with Golden Age Public Houses to create Burgerac's Burgershack, a branded food offer that popped up at both The Royal Oak pub in Marylebone and legendary central London music venue and bar, The Social.
I'm currently focusing on a number of suitably food-themed projects with a whole bunch of different folk, constantly striving to combine a love of high quality, ethically sourced ingredients with fun and excellence, no matter what. If you wanna work with me on something - just holler and we can chat. Over a burger, obviously. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.