Founder/ Writer/ Editor
Creator and founder of Fresh Take, David is a freelance journalist, writer and media specialist. He hosts the Well Good Movies podcast here on Fresh Take along with his long time friend and collaborator Craig McDonald. David writes a variety of features, opinion pieces and reviews, as well as running his own blog.
Founder/ Writer/ Contributor
Co-creator and founder of Fresh Take, Craig hosts the Well Good Movies podcast alongside David as well as creating games, reviews and various content for the site. From Pontypridd, he's not only a comedian but also a debate champion and won several movie debates and quizzes.
Writer/ Editor / Contributor
Born in the same hospital as Christian Bale but amongst friends, he is known as the joker... The undisputed king of puns and pasta Stephen is a writer of many subjects with a particular penchant for sport and films. Stephen writes for his audience and is skilled in features, opinions, and reviews.
Born in Newport but raised in Ireland, now back in Wales Niall is a child of two worlds, like an indecisive Superman. Currently doing a MA in Film Directing at USW. He has loved film far too much throughout his weird little life and is even colourblind!
Rhys is a graduate in Film Studies and Journalism. A walking talking encyclopaedia of bad action films, De Niro and other obscure knowledge that helps him provide film reviews for Fresh Take.
Film critic, writer, and journalist based in Cardiff. Originally from Athens, Greece, Stefanos has seen well over 4,000 films and so is more than qualified to provide reviews and analysis for Fresh Take!
Raised in a military family, film has always felt like home for Kelly. Her attention to detail has been sharpened by her Film Journalism MA and artistic swimming coaching. Disney, dramas and the Death of Stalin are all Kelly's cup of tea.
Kyle Shaun Thomas
Kyle is an active film director and screenwriter based in Cardiff, who also turns his hand at writing, reviews and acting. There is nothing more prominent than his passion for movies.