I grew up in San Martin de los Andes (Patagonia, Argentina), and I hold a BA degree in Communications. I currently work as a journalist, and an English teacher.

From an early age, I had a need to express myself in an artistic way because of my creative and sensitive nature. I started experimenting with sketching and painting when I was a teenager in the late 90s, but I attribute my first true experience with watercolor to 2006 , when I studied in Bariloche with the talented painter Carolina Von Gutovnik, who inspired me to find my voice. In 2008, when I moved to Buenos Aires, I continued painting and crafting my own style. It was in Buenos Aires that I also had the privilege to study under another great teacher, Veronica Del Giudice, who taught me to believe in myself and perfect my art.

As an Argentine watercolor artist, I am proud to belong to the Artistas de Cariló(Artists of Cariló - Cariló Foundation), for whom I hold exhibits every year since 2010. In 2013, I held my first solo exhibit, in conjunction with the French movie festival week organized by the Alliance Française of San Martin de los Andes and Cotesma Cultural Center in Argentina. During the same year, I also illustrated a fiction book written by Marina Lassen. Throughout the year, I participated in many group exhibits organized by a variety of institutions like: Regina Pacis School (San Isidro), Russian House in Buenos Aires, and Espacio Pilar. My paintings are owned by private collectors from around the world including: Argentina, Paraguay, Russia, Spain, US, and France.