Nhung Ha’s work is mainly resolved in three-dimensional forms depicting the female figure in a range of materials. The inspiration for her sculptures come from the  upbringing from Vietnam, her gender, sexuality, relationship and the bronze foundry where she works.

Therefore, she is fascinated with the process of bronze casting and most of her sculptures are finished in bronze. Her sculptures show a masculinity language within the poses of the female figures as these reflect her own experiences. Her wife is the main model for most of her artworks.

She completed her BA Hons in Fine Art in 2018 and recently completed her MA Fine Art in 2021 at Norwich University of the Arts. Nhung is currently part of the members of the Outpost studios for East Anglia’s artist community.

She was taught very closely by Desmond Brett and have worked for Laurence Edwards at his foundry for almost three years.