She studied a Degree in Fine Arts at the Madrid Complutense University (2010-2014). During her degree she spent a year in Bologna (Italy) on a scholarship, where she focused on printmaking techniques, photography, and bronze casting.
In 2011 she coordinated and participated in her first collective exhibition “Arranques” Naranjo33, after which various exibitions have taken place around Spain, the United Kingdom, and Italy. Between 2014 and 2015 she studied a Master in Design and Communication (MUDiC) at ELISAVA. At this time she was also a graphic design intern at Bosch and Serret and at Luki Huber Studio.
In 2016, she began her PhD in the Research Group of Scientific Communication (GRECC) in the Department of Communication, at the Pompeu Fabra University of Barcelona. She combines her investigation with her tasks in the Department of Elisava Research.