Over seven years, Mylyn Nguyen has developed six exhibitions for Brenda May Gallery that have whimsically explored childhood curiosities. The group exhibition 'Form Without Function - Sculpture 2007' launched Nguyen into the Gallery in 2007 and since then she has created work for over twenty group shows with the Gallery. Nguyen received a Master of Visual Arts in 2006 from Sydney College of the Arts, with her sculpture in the university exhibition 'Utility' receiving an award. This marked a pivotal point in the development and direction of her work. Notably since then, Nguyen has exhibited internationally twice with Brenda May Gallery at Art Stage Singapore, taking a solo installation titled 'Bombus' in 2014, which was composed of 1,000 handcrafted bees. In 2015, she was selected for inclusion in 'Installation Contemporary', a curated component of Sydney Contemporary where she made a site-specific installation of paper moth-filled habitats below peoples' feet.