I am Spanish of French heritage. I live on horseback between Valencia (Spain) and Antibes (France).
I graduated in Plastic Arts and Artistic Photography from the Superior School of Art, EASDV in Valencia, with a further specialization in portraiture in analogue photography at the FOTOSTUDIO training centre in Florence (Italy).
I also have a Professional License as a Lecturer Guide, and the European professional card of the Lycée des Métiers, Ecole Hôtelière et de Tourisme Paul Augier and the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis (France).
Since 2008, I have been the founder and exhibition manager for The Caravana – Itinerarte, a non-profit platform for artistic development that mediates between artists and the different spaces and institutions dedicated to art.
I collaborate with the Spanish movement #NOSINFOTOGRAFAS, which works to increase the number of women artists in the spaces of knowledge, debate and artistic and cultural development, which are so often a reflection of power structures.
Enrolled in Fast Foward, a manifesto for increased involvement of women in photography.
I am currently working as a freelance photographer developing my personal artistic work, as well as providing services to individuals and companies. I also work as a freelance Guide Lecturer for museums, institutions and art galleries, acting as an interface between the work of art and the public at different levels of discourse, and in different languages (Spanish, French, Italian, English, Catalan, Sign language).