We’re a group of strategists and content producers directly engaging with the world of gaming.
Before founding Twofivesix, Jamin Warren was a culture reporter for the Wall Street Journal and an advisor to MoMA in New York. Jamin also hosted PBS' Telly-winning series “Game/Show."
Kristi lives to organize all the things. She's been working with creative teams and agencies in New York and LA for more than five years, supporting content creation for companies like BBC America, Sundance TV, and Microsoft. Previously, she had a diverse background spanning the media and entertainment, theatre, education, not-for-profit, and hospitality industries. She prefers platformers.
Senior Project Manager
Mindy has worked in machine learning, economic research, and service design. Lately, she’s been warmongering in Civilization VI.
Before Twofivesix, Kyle was Psyonix's Marketing Manager for the esports hit Rocket League and analyzing industry trends at EEDAR. He’s holding out for a TimeSplitters reboot.
Business Development Manager
Clayton's writing on culture and technology has appeared in Bloomberg, Pitchfork, and The A.V. Club. His favorite game is Castlevania: Symphony of the Night.
Leo has been writing about PC hardware and gaming for years. Before Twofivesix, Leo helped manage editorial content for Newegg, the world’s leading tech-focused e-retailer. He has extensive experience at the intersection of cutting-edge gaming and tech and has been tirelessly working on perfecting his Resident Evil 2 speedrun in the Claire/B/S+ category.
Lyn is a junior strategist who loves media and cultural analysis. They always carry a set of dice, and their favorite sentence is "roll for initiative."
Paolo studied creative writing at Oberlin College. They like to write and make music, films, and occasionally small games. They love big ideas. Huge ideas.