Ton Do-Nguyen

Ton Do-Nguyen is a content creator based out of New York City. Born in Philadelphia, his passion for entertainment started at a young age, acting and modeling in talent competitions, small productions, and mall shows. This passion evolved into a passion for filmmaking, as he would make short films and birthday videos with his friends in his free time.

His breakthrough came when his shot-for-shot remake of a Beyoncé music video titled "Countdown (Snuggie Version)" went viral on YouTube, receiving widespread recognition, including from the Queen Bey herself. Since then, he has directed, produced, and edited numerous short films, music videos, and other video content.

Recently, he graduated from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Film & Television and a minor in Business of Entertainment, Media, and Technology. He has worked with companies like Universal Music Group and Def Jam Recordings. His works have been official selections in the HEAR Now Festival (Hide and Clap) and Sight and Sound Festival (Be Alright, Pretty Wild), as well as exhibited at the Art Gallery of Ontario in Toronto in the "Fan the Flames: Queer Positions in Photography" art exhibition curated by Jon Davies (Countdown (Snuggie Version)).