Asha Munn

Asha is graduate of Elam School of Fine Arts and she completed her Masters in Art Psychotherapy in the UK. She is a registered practicing art therapist, psychotherapist, artist, consultant, lecturer, educator and photographer. She is also a published book designer and author. Asha’s career as an artist and in socially engaged art has spanned the last seventeen years. Asha is well known for her work with young offenders and children and adolescents who experience trauma. She has won multiple awards for her work. She frequently works with galleries including the internationally renowned Yorkshire Sculpture Park (UK) and is currently exhibiting her own work Fly Away Home at the park.


Asha is from Northland and now lives in Auckland. She works with Waitemata DHB, she also works freelance on various creative projects throughout Auckland. She is a restorative justice facilitator, accredited domestic violence facilitator and advisor to the Whitecliffe Arts Therapy Masters course where she is also a guest lecturer and supervisor.