Hạ My is a Vietnamese photographic artist who pursues and specializes in Fine Art Photography. She is keen on embracing and capturing human’s emotions through slices of moments. She believes there is always an untold story behind each picture in which the photographer herself gets to know and connects with different models. What Hạ My’s working on is not merely taking photos; it is a poetic combination of photography, psychological and emotional study on humans.


In 2017, her firsthand photo series “Country Home” picturing her grandparents’ daily life was published on Trắng Đen Magazine – one of the most prestigious Vietnamese photography art magazines.

Later in the same year, Hạ My kick started “Beyond the Shots” project aiming to capture the moments of the French photographer Rehahn when he was working with his models. This reflects the true meaning and the authenticity of portrait photography. Hạ My’s capable artwork has been published on top-tier newspapers in Vietnam: VnExpress, Thanh Nien, Bao Moi, Nguoi Lao Dong, Phu Nu Online, VTC, etc as well as featured on BBC.

In early 2018, Hạ My had her very first photography exhibition named “Stories of Life” in collaboration with Rehahn. This is a series of 6 photos of people’s hands – creatures that embody the positive energy and those elderly men and women’s attitude towards love, life, and work. This, too, indicates that we definitely are valued even at our old age.

By the end of this year, she successfully held her first private exhibition – photo series “Country Home” at Anantara Resort, Hoi An. The series has reached the audience beyond boundaries and been published by various media across the world:…

In 2019, Hạ My is regarded as The Most Expensive Photographer in Vietnam with her Limited Edition of artwork.