By Evan DeSimone
Abrams Artists Agency announced today that it has expanded its roster of digital talent once again with the signing of style guru Amy Pham and gamer Danielle Mackey.
With over 396 thousand subscribers and more than 35 million views on The Fashion Statement, a Maker Studios operated fashion channel to which she contributes, Amy Pham is looking to Abrams to help her transition into mainstream stardom. In a deal brokered by the agency, Pham will play a part in the upcoming feature length film “LIKE.SHARE.FOLLOW. Pham is also a DJ and has appeared as a model in print campaigns for Nylon, Ford, Forever 21 and Nike.
Abrams also signed Danielle Mackey (a.k.a. Panser), a gamer who has racked up 335K subscribers and more than 46 million views on her YouTube channel Trade Chat. Mackey specializes in game reviews and vlogs, and let’s plays, and is well known for her reviews of popular gaming properties like “World of Warcraft” and “League of Legends.”
Both Pham and Mackey will be represented by Abrams growing alternative programming and digital media department, which recently signed style vloggers Breland Emory and Katharine Ward, as well as ultimate Frisbee star Brodie Smith. Pham will also be represented by Abrams theatrical department for her various non-digital endeavors.