Tymon Brown is an American filmmaker, composer, and actor.

He co-founded Small Rice Field Productions with Daniel Onoda and Orien Longo in 2007. After attending the SUNY Purchase Film Conservatory, he made several short films and worked in post of feature films until meeting Will Eno and Oliver Butler. Working with Eno and Butler, he edited Thom Pain (based on nothing), starring Rainn Wilson. Since Thom Pain, he has written and directed several additional shorts and is in development on a number of larger projects with Small Rice Field Productions.