She lives and works in Buenos Aires from 1986. She is a visual artist, art director and film set designer. Her training began at the Prilidiano Pueyrredón Superior School of Fine Arts, Buenos Aires, and continues at the Ceramics Experimentation Center in Gijón, Spain. She participated to the Antorchas Foundation Grant in Visual Arts, in 2002 and 2003, and she also was a finalist for the 2013 Petrobras arteBA Award for the installation Room 118. In 2017, she received the Silver Condor Award, the Coral Award at the Havana Festival, Cuba, and the South Award from the Academy of Cinematographic Arts, for the Art Direction in the film La Luz Incidente by Ariel Rotter.