Ryan, aka Geeky Brummie is a polygeek. A fan of comics, sci-fi, fantasy, anime, movies, TV, gaming and gadgetry, if it’s something geeky, Ryan’s probably had a nose around it at some point. When not geek-wrangling on Saturdays, he eats way too much food and blogs under the name of Brummie Gourmand…
…Oh and he once interviewed Bill Gates.
Keith is Geeky Brummie’s sidekick, all-round geek and comics expert. He loves to talk about TV, comics, movies, toys and music. Childish but in a good way, Keith dreams of being a comic book writer and artist, a film director and astronaut but perhaps not all at the same time. Keith also has an additional cinematography credit in a film playing on Netflix.
You can find his personal website at http://hardluckhotel.tumblr.com/
Collector of big plastic discs; Producer and regular cast member on Geeky Brummie, and produces both The Vinyl Frontier and Theatre of the Absurd on Brum Radio
Philip Ellis is a multitalented writer, journalist and broadcaster. He hosts and produces Tall Tales, a weekly foray into storytelling and drama, and is a regular contributor on the Geeky Brummie show, where he has an opinion on just about everything.
You han find his articles and more at www.freelancephilip.co.uk
George is Geeky Brummie’s cosplay correspondent. She’s a lifestyle blogger, a hoarder of shoes and a gin enthusiast. Best known as Caramel Latte Kiss, George has been cosplaying for about three years. She has featured in charity and cosplay calendars, appeared at promotional events for Game and has had her costumes shared in regional and national press. She also runs a Joss Whedon themed podcast at Mutant Frenemy.
She also appears with Geeky Brummie’s other cosplayer, David, under the name Safe Harbour Cosplay.
Kallen is Geeky Brummie’s studio operator making sure that everyone sounds great. He’s a massive tech geek as well as a fan of anime, movies, TV and gaming. When not keeping everyone in check he is a radio and events degree student at Birmingham City University
You can find more about Kallen at http://dayneskallen.wixsite.com/kallendaynes
Viv Parish aka Mrs Geeky Brummie works behind the scenes to make sure we’re all organised and that our Geeky Goings On are up to date.
She has almost every 80s pop song memorised, including most of those released in the US. She’s been a geek from an early age and remembers seeing Star Wars on its release.