Professional designer, art director and multimedia producer. Interactive digital media specialist for over 15 years. Received a Design degree from Buenos Aires University (UBA) in 1995. She became a specialist in book design and production and worked for some of the most important publishing houses in Argentina, while teaching Media Language at UBA.

In 1996 was accepted to a research group directed by Jorge La Ferla and Martín Groissman, devoted to multimedia language for educative and creative CD-ROMs. The group published one of the first interactive CD-ROMs in Argentina. It was dedicated to media language and was exhibited and distributed in many Spanish-speaking countries.

In 1999 she moved to Barcelona where she has lived and worked ever since. Obtained master’s degree in Digital Arts from Universitat Pompeu Fabra. The interactive CD-ROM she created as her master’s degree project, El hablador, was exhibited and awarded in Mexico, England and Germany. She continued her research in digital media with a Phonos Foundation Grant to her net art and interactive installation The Impossible Library (JLB). She worked for different communications agencies and software development companies as multimedia designer and producer. In 2007, she started her own studio together with digital artist and animation specialist Marcelo Dematei. She has been teaching at postgraduate level on interactive video and algorithmic editing since 2003 and regularly participates in collective and individual artistic projects.