Eric Hewitt was born on June 9, 1988. He is from Westfield, New Jersey and currently resides in Kirkland, Washington.
Eric "GH057ayame" Hewitt started his Professional Halo career with a top 16 finish at MLG Philadelphia 2005. His team, The Foulacy Fan Club, featured 12FlOz, Cheesehead20, and Phil22. He connected with Levi, Pistol, and xXx on team LiquidIceEnergyDrinks.com and placed top 6. This trend continued with his new team, DA, at MLG Chicago 2005 and the MLG New York 2005 National Championship. GH057ayame started the 2005 season off with a top 5 finish at the MLG New York City 2006 Opener. He finished the season with three straight victories on team Carbon. The roster featuring Gandhi, Karma, and Shockwav3 went on to win the Las Vegas 2006 National Championship defeating Final Boss. Team Carbon stuck together throughout the entire 2007 season. Their highest placing, 1st, came at MLG Dallas 2007.
In 2008, Cpt Anarchy, replaced Gandhi on team Carbon and Naded eventually replaced Karma. Their highest placing, 3rd, came at the MLG Las Vegas 2008 National Championship. In 2009, GH057ayame played for Carbon, Instinct, and Classic. His highest placing, 2nd, came at the MLG Orlando 2009 National Championship with team Classic. The roster consisted of Best Man, Chig, and Soldier187. The 2010 season started off great for GH057ayame. He placed 2nd at the MLG Orlando 2010 Opener. However, he failed to make the MLG Dallas 2010 National Championship with Str8 Rippin.
GH057ayame placed 8th at the MLG Dallas 2011 Opener with Dynasty. The roster consisted of Destin, Snip3down, and TiZoxic. He formed a Carbon squad for the remainder of the season but unfortunately couldn't place in the top 8 the rest of the season.
At the final MLG Reach event - MLG Winter Championship 2012, GH057ayame handed the reins of Carbon to Assault, Snipedown, Blaze and Ryanoob, staying on as coach. With GH057ayame's coaching, this new Carbon roster placed 7-8th.
GH057ayame is currently employed by 343 Industries, which prevents him from competing in Halo tournaments.