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Meet The Team
Founder & Editorial In Chief
Ben had always been a PC enthusiast long before he realized that there was a lack of online information about PC building. That's what motivated him to start WePC in 2011 in order to help others build a computer of their dream.
With a background in game design and video game journalism, John came to WePC excited to help new PC builders learn everything they need to know to start piecing together their own rigs; whether for gaming or otherwise. Having worked at GameSkinny for nearly a year, he was excited to ply his trade covering a new subject matter. In his spare time he plays Dragon Quest XI; that’s it. It’s a very long game.
Juzel Albert Padilla has always been passionate about computers. Knowing how hard it is to find a solution for every computer problem, he aims to deliver the best solutions possible through his work on WePC.com. His passion to help and reach out to computer enthusiasts is what pushed him to deliver clear and concise contents.
Christopher Harper is a longtime tech writer and PC gaming enthusiast. Through his work on WePC, he hopes to make complex hardware topics easy to digest and understand. His own custom-built PC is packing an i5 4690 and a GTX 760.
Reilly Leaton is an avid gaming PC enthusiast. Having been around computers all his life thanks to his father owning multiple PC stores, he's been building and repairing computers of all budgets and types since he was a kid. Deciding to enter the blogging world, Reilly hopes to help beginner and vet alike pursue their own passions. His personal computer currently runs a Radeon RX 580 paired with a Ryzen 1700 and 32GB of RAM.