with over 46 million subscribers and 16 billion views,
smosh is the largest sketch comedy brand on the internet.
Easily the coolest job ever. I have no idea how to condense 10 years of being part of one the most iconic YouTube channels in history, but here's an attempt...
spacestation gaming is a professional esports organization competing in various games like halo, rainbow six: siege, and rocket league.
The first time I saw Spacestation Gaming compete was in 2017 at SMITE World Championships in Atlanta, Georgia. I was OBSESSED with the game and was instantly an SSG fan. The founder, Shonduras, and I have collabed in the past and now, years later, I have the incredible honor of joining Spacestation Gaming as a co-owner.
My journey in gaming started at SMOSH and it continues on with Spacestation Gaming. I'm fortunate to work with some of the best folks in the industry and the vibiest esports org in the universe.
lacoste x minecraft
lacoste x minecraft is a limited capsule collection which launched in conjunction with international billboards highlighting some of the biggest mc players.
Minecraft laid the groundwork for some of my most memorable work on YouTube with Maricraft (50MM+ views) on SMOSH Games. Thanks to this 2022 collab (and some awesome folks at Microsoft), I found myself stepping away from behind my gaming monitor and onto the international fashion scene.
The Power of Easy was shot in Prague, Czech Republic in a single day.
However, it took: 44 failed attempts, 3683 hours of prep, 2.5 days of rehearsals, 43 test animation versions, 124 people on set, 115 crowd-surf stage dives, 9 cameraman t-shirt changes, and 1 perfect take.
Seen in 50+ countries and in 9 languages, "The Power of Easy" global campaign was shot in one seamlessly connected take. It was the 45th attempt that proved successful.
Mari Takahashi steps into an immersive mixed-reality world in Ericsson's global brand campaign. She shares the screen with deaf-blind Harvard Law graduate Haben Girma and Paris Saint-Germain striker Nadia Nadim.
mcdonalds x atomicmari
a unique collaboration between McDonald’s and Mari Takahashi to create a one-off capsule collection. The streetwear pieces were inspired by Mari’s passion for motivating young women to get involved in STEM and space exploration.
Influenced by her interest in space exploration and featuring designs inspired by Mari, the limited-edition items include a bomber jacket, belt bag, keychain accessories and custom patches.
Unlike traditional capsule collections, the McDonald’s x AtomicMari collaboration will not be sold in stores or online. Instead, fans will have a chance to win them at the McDonald’s Gaming Station, a free pop-up arcade featuring vintage crane machines currently touring the U.S.