She was born on 24 March, 1987 in Buenos Aires. She began her studies in artistic education at the age of 13 in the Technical School N°6 “Fernando Fader”, obtaining a degree with specialization in Applied Craftwork. She continued her artistic education in the studio of Portela with Ricardo Visentini as a student and later as an assistant to Estanislao Florido. In 2008 she started a B.A. in Visual Arts at “UMSA” (a private university), obtaining a degree with specialization in painting.
She attended a workshop on drawing with Mariano Lucano and participated in an artistic workshop with Tulio de Sagastizábal. In 2013 she won the competition “+Contemporary” of the Pasto gallery. Since middle of 2012, she has been developing the series “nostalgic De-construction” which started as a pictorial work on wood, deriving towards object paintings exhibited in the Recoleta Cultural Center in 2014 at the exhibition “The broken painting” curated by Graciela Taquini.
From this experience, she gave way to installation, putting into practice said technique in different exhibitions set up since 2013: “La tomada”, 2014 “Cumulo II”, “the distant eye” 2014/2015 “Nostalgic de-construction”, at Pasto gallery.
She was selected in the Award of Itau Cultural of Visual Arts 2014/2015 and the award of the Andreani Foundation in 2015.