Born in Madrid, she began her artistic career on a permanent basis in 2010. From an early age, she knew she had artistic qualities but it was not until she was an adult that she began developing them in Dublin, Ireland, in a self-taught manner, in 1999. At a later date, in Madrid, she attended workshops at different Fine Art education centres. Over the last years, she has experimented with different pictorial techniques and identifies mainly with pastels and the vibrant colours of the Impressionists and French Fauvist painters. Colour is ever-present in her art works.
In 2016, she attended some workshops taught in the Circle of Fine Arts in Madrid on abstraction and neoexpressionism and as a result of these workshops, she came into contact with other artists interested in abstraction and middle- and end-of-the-century expressionism and they formed the Colectivo Pictor, a group of independent artists with a common goal: experimentation and research of this artistic expression. She is also a founding member actively engaged in the Grupo ARTemisia, group of international women artists focused mainly in abstraction.
She is currently developing new ways of expression and experimenting with metals, a material she has always been close to in one way or another.
She combines her passion for plastic arts and photography with a professional career in the communication field.