Jake Colosimo (b0nestorm): Jake is a 20-year-old complete and total whackjob living in Melbourne, Australia and consistently complicating yet somehow improving the lives of those around him. Outside of the reason he’s here, he loves sports, art, writing and film/TV, and is in his third year of studying psychology and journalism at university. In gaming, Jake is an obsessive fan of the FIFA and Final Fantasy series and also plays a lot of Call of Duty (only ever in a party!), Borderlands and anything else people recommend to him. Jake is also the editor-in-chief of Doublejump.
Abir Chowdhury (RambunctiousRan): Abir is also a 20-year-old from Melbourne who, when not advocating the advantages of PC gaming for the console-playing masses, finds any old excuse to avoid doing any university work whatsoever. Fortunately, his constant refreshing of browser pages for gaming podcasts, and breaking news can now be justified for this web site. Abir is currently studying Business at university, but you will usually find him “taking a break from work” by playing racing games, shooters, action adventure games, and anything else that he just bought on Steam. When not playing games he likes long walks on the beach at sunset, dancing, and spinning around in his office chair. Dislikes include jaggies, low resolution textures, and playing console versions of multiplatform games. Abir is also the “news guy” at Doublejump.
Luke Larobina (EgoBurn): Consider Luke to be the eccentric genius of the team, because that’s basically the role he fulfills. Dealing with all the coding and website maintenance, Luke is the man who makes it all happen by styling, editing and adding new and fancy content to the website. Ironically, he does not study programming at university, but rather he studies civil engineering. How does that work? Nobody knows. What is known about him, though, is that he has a worrying love-affair with the SNES, and generally believes that bigger isn’t always better when it comes to video games. Luke loves seeing constructive creativity (as opposed to emptying a bucket of paint onto a canvas and calling it “art”), innovation and applied logic in all things, so expect unique and wonderful things from him and, consequently, all of Doublejump.