After graduating as an Art Historian from the Central University of Venezuela (UCV) in Caracas (2003) she began working as a producer at HBO Television Latin American Group developing Audiovisual language. Several years later she moved to Barcelona (Spain) and focused her studies in obtaining a Master’s Degree in Design and Exhibition Project Management and a Master's in the Grammar of Contemporary Art. She also studied Social Media Marketing at the International Institute of Marketing and Business in Barcelona.
She moved to Paris in 2012 (to present) and since her arrival she has been working with the masters of the Modern Art movement in Paris (Pioneers of Op and Kinetic Art). She spent a year working as ‘Documentation and Conservation/Archives Coordinator’ at Julio Le Parc's Studio, during highly relevant exhibitions like: 'Julio Le Parc Monography' at Palais de Tokyo in Paris and 'DYNAMO' at the Grand Palais, Paris.
Since the spring of 2014 she has been directing and producing her own series of videos and short documentaries that contain insightful interviews with emblematic artists in Paris. The video compilation series is called: "Glitchgarten Series"