Last Updated: 19 May, 2023 | Views: 194
Profession: Social Media Influencer
Other Profession(s): Model, Entrepreneur, YouTuber, Television Producer, Podcaster, Internet Celebrity
Famous For: YouTuber and social media influencer
Higher Education: Notre Dame High School Belmont
Emma Frances Chamberlain is a prominent American internet personality, particularly on YouTube. Streamy Awards 2018 awarded her the Breakout Creator Award. Her inclusion on Time magazine's Time 100 Next list and ranking of the 25 most influential people online in 2019 was noted in the publication's article, which stated that Chamberlain "pioneered a strategy to vlogging that rattled YouTube's unofficial style guide." Anything Goes, originally known as Stupid Genius, was her first weekly podcast series that she started in April 2019. Moreover, Chamberlain was named "Best Podcaster" at the 12th Shorty Awards. She has served as an ambassador for Cartier since 2019 and Louis Vuitton since 2022.
In 2018: Chamberlain moved alone to Los Angeles from the Bay Area.
In 2018: Chamberlain accepted Tana Mongeau's invitation to participate in Tanacon in Anaheim as a featured creator.
In 2018: Chamberlain started to be linked to the online store Dote.
In 2019: She was the subject of a segment that aired on ABC News Nightline.
In 2019: She established Chamberlain Coffee, an online mail order coffee business.
Achievements and Awards:
In 2018: She won the Streamy Breakout Creator Award.
In 2019: Chamberlain got the Shorty Best Podcaster Award.
In 2022: Chamberlain was nominated for the Kids' Choice Favorite Female Creator Award.
Despite keeping her videos casual, she spends a lot of time editing them. In an interview with the New York Times in 2019, she confessed that editing one video takes between 20 and 30 hours.
A YouTube playlist named "evolving" collects Emma's latest videos, which are noticeably different from the uploads that first made her famous. Her videos feature slower paces, calmer audio, and more deliberate compositions.