After spending several years studying Philosophy in London, a hungry Giordano returned to the land of fat prawns and affordable Tempranillo to work at the Chronicle before joining YGTV. In a previous life, Giordano was a witty flâneur who dazzled fin de siècle Vienna but he is now limited to hiding in the dark corners of local cafeterias reading impenetrable books with a very worried look on his face. Now that he’s boss, he looks even more worried and drinks even more coffee!
Stefano Blanca Sciacaluga
With a degree in languages and translation from the University of Portsmouth and a Masters in complaining from the University of Life, Stefano - who doesn't like the willy-nilly use of labels - likes to call himself a communicator; like the Terminator but sympathetic to Communist ideologies and with a keen interest in saying what's on his mind. A photographer by hobby he started writing in a personal blog some years ago to try and give some insight into his methodology, eventually exploring other themes, until in 2014 he was given the chance to complain to a larger audience, here. Most of his time is now spent pretending to make art, watching the same three or four videos over and over on YouTube and trying to convince people that the Internet is a way more beautiful and useful place than we think.
Reporter and Video Content Editor
Alex is an emotional and hungry 23-year-old, who’s recently made her way back to Gibraltar from London after training to be an actress. In the afternoons you can find her up at the Gibraltar Academy of Music and Performing Arts teaching acting to young people. Apart from sun bathing and eating loads of croquetas, she likes to write poetry, participate in and win man vs. food challenges, perform some spoken word and take a few photos in her spare time. Like few others, Alex doesn’t care what you look like or who you are, she just wants you to be fresh, funky, kind and happy.