Amy Pham sounds like your typical multi-hyphenate
cliche... Except she's definitely not typical.
As soon as she learned how to work a turntable at 17,
she's rocked dance floors from LA to New York to
London with her party-rocking performances. She's
played with Snoop Dogg, Maroon 5, Lady Gaga, Ciara,
Will I Am, Iggy Azalea, Warren G, and Rae Sremmurd,
to name a few, and for brands like The White House,
Urban Outfitters, Revolve Clothing, NYX Cosmetics,
Sanrio, and more.
Pham's passion for creativity and intense work
ethic bleeds into every aspect of her work, and it shows.
She's booked multiple national campaigns for
Forever 21, Nike, Reebok, Sony, and has worked
alongside names like Jennifer Lopez, Ryan
Seacrest, and Cody Simpson.
She then was cast to host Disney's Maker Studios'
series "The Fashion Statement" on The Platform,
winner of the The Socialyte Gala's "Best Fashion Series"
award. Soon after its premiere, the series immediately
attracted distinguished endorsements from clients like
Lionsgate Entertainment, Macy's, JC Penney, and Intel.
Not stopping there, Pham went on to host the
Critics Choice Awards and Billboard Music Awards
red carpet, worked alongside Adam Sandler in his
new film Sandy Wexler, and also booked lead roles in
projects for Verizon, Awestruck TV, and Blumhouse
Productions. In 2016, CoverGirl chose her to be
one of their new ambassadors for their "So Lashy
Mascara" Campaign (whose launch put her face
on every billboard in Times Square.)
Nowadays you can either find her dropping an epic
DJ set at a crazy dance party, popping up on your
digital/ tv/ film screens, or just being downright
silly in her 14-million-views-viral hits.