Matt is co-founder and CEO of BWT. He is also the host of our flagship podcast and games partnership lead, coordinating gaming news and PR relationships. He is also responsible for keeping the lights on.
Kyle is an editor, writer, and musician from Orlando, FL with a history of covering video games, technology, and sports. He also believes mayonnaise is the best condiment for hot dogs, which are sandwiches.
Nicolas is a pop culture critic, focusing primarily on film, tv. anime, and manga. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature from San Francisco State University, which shapes the way he analyzes his work.
Collier “CJ” Jennings is a freelance reporter and film critic living in Seattle. He uses his love of comics and film/TV to craft reviews and essays on genre projects. He is also a host on Into the Spider-Cast.
Charles is a lifelong geek who enjoys comics, video games, movies, reading, and board games. Over the past year he’s taken a more active interest in artistic pursuits including digital painting, and now writing.
Adrian is just a guy who spends way too much time playing video games, enjoys popcorn movies more than he should, owns too much nerdy memorabilia, and has lots of opinions about all things pop culture from Star Wars to the next Vin Diesel movie.
Mercedez (she/they) is a freelance translation and localization editor, QA, writer, and an occasional podcast. Using her passion for all things anime/manga, she shines a feminist, queer, and optimistic lens on the media she loves.
Gonzalo is a writer/poet, USN Veteran, and content writer at BWT. An aspiring comic writer and lifelong collector, he takes his passion for stories and delivers heartfelt reviews for veteran fans and newcomers alike.
Carlos is a lover all of things From Software and German beers. A History buff and video game nerd all wrapped in one. He may or may not have a past history of recording hip-hop music, and thoroughly challenges you to find him.
Spencer Icasiano (they/them) is a queer and mixed Filipinx writer and co-host of Pixel Therapy, a podcast about the emotional connections people form with games. They have written on topics of queer and trans identity, art-making, and advocacy.
Ricardo is a Mexico City-based bilingual writer, Certified Rotten Tomatoes film critic, and Digital Animation graduate. He loves cats, Mass Effect, Paddington and is the founder of the film website “La Estatuilla.