Trained at the Phare Ponleu Selpak Art School from 1998 –2003, Touch then became a teacher there until 2008 when she left to pursue her artistic career full time.
Since then, she has had solo exhibitions at the French cultural centre and the Art Café in Phnom Penh, The Hotel de la Paix, Heritage suites Hotel and The French cultural centre in Siem Reap as well as participating in numerous group exhibitions in Cambodia and abroad.
Touch was artist-in-residence at Atelier Fenetre sur rue (Bordeaux, France) in 2007 and, two years later, in Long Beach, USA, where she made an installation and residency at the 2nd city gallery.
Touch was a nominee for the Sovereign Asia Art Prize 2009 and runner up in the “You Khin Memorial Women’s Art Prize 2010. She was also listed in South East Asia Globe magazine’s Top 10 Cambodian Artists feature.
In 2009, Touch became a mother and for the next few years devoted most of her time to her family. In 2013 she opened Lotus Gallery in Battambang with her husband and she has been Artist in residence there since 2016.