Meet the team
Matt Bolton Editor Matt spent most of his time this month stressing over replanning the magazine, then chilling out with Destiny 2. He did find time to cameo as ‘large murderer’ in our VR horror shoot (p106). Jo Gulliver Senior art editor Jo has spent all her recent waking hours designing this new-look T3 you’re holding! We’re over the moon about the results, but a bit worried she’ll go to sleep and not wake up until 2018.
Andrew We stbrook Operations editor
Our Complete Guide to Vinyl feature (p100) has got Andy thinking about going retro with his home music, if only it wouldn’t take a metric tonne of records to replace his one ’ 90s pop Spotify playlist.
Spe ncer Hart Product Editor, t3.com
Spencer attempted to move into the Rolls Royce Ghost Black Badge he test- drove this month (p32), which given the costs of living in London and the space in that car, is actually a solid life hack. Nick Od antzis Deputy editor Nick’s been hitting the tarmac all month testing out the best electric bikes for our huge State of the Art test (p88). He’s now hooked on motor assistance, and says pedalling is “beneath” him. Miche lle McL aren Art editor You know what a pain one TV is to set up? Well, Michelle wrestled with half a dozen, and some hefty speakers sets, and a bunch of furniture for our 4K feature (p52). We’re so sorry, Michelle.
Dan Grabh am Editor, t3.com
Dan reviewed the iPhone 8 Plus (p114) and Apple Watch Series 3 (p119) for us this issue. Will the big iPhone replace his beloved Note 8? Or will he just keep carrying two giant handsets around?
Rob Jones Features Editor, t3.com
As we write these, Rob is just getting into the full Xbox One X review experience. We wanted to bring you an early verdict, but all he’s had time to assess so far is “it’s so small” and “lots of pixels”. Claire Davies Associate Editor Claire brought everything together for our new Horizon pages, pulling in experts on topics from black tie dressing (p31) to high-tech hotels (p36) to chainsaws (p34) and even foraging (p40).
Kimbe rley Ballard Production editor
Kimberley’s fallen for the smart lamps in our Home section’s round- up (p82). Her flat now has so many different coloured lights it looks like they’re shooting the new John Wick in there.
Duncan Bell Lifestyle Editor, t3.com
When he wasn’t swanning off to Milan for a fashion-based launch of, er, a new Volvo car (p48), Duncan had his knives out for the team. By which we mean he picked the best kitchen cutters for us (p34).
Paul Douglas Global Editor-in- Chief
T3’ s new overlord is no stranger to tech. Previously, Global Editor-in- Chief for sister site techradar.com, with a brief stint overseeing a cycling website, Paul returns to take the helm.