She was born in Barcelona in 1981. Since her childhood, she has been in love with drawing and animated films, but her other great love, knowledge, led her to study Philosophy at the UB and she graduated in 2005. Years later, she studied illustration at the EASD Llotja of Barcelona, finishing studies in 2015. She currently works as a professional illustrator in a children's magazine, children's picture book and books for adults.
Her graphic universe drinks from life, while she plays with the light and the atmosphere of the images to transport the reader to another place through the illustrations. Her love for nature and philosophy is very present in her work, which she conceives as a tool for individual and collective transformation.
'Cançó de fer camí' (Sembra Llibres, 2.019) written by Maria-Mercè Marçal, one of the albums she has illustrated, was included in the OEPLI 2.019 list.
For two consecutive years (2019/2020) she has been part of the Babalunga and Kamolongos collective exhibition, in the context of the BabaKamo illustrated book festival and fair (Valencia, Spain).
Selected for the collective exhibition 'Childrens spectator', within the 'Mapping - A map on the aesthetics of performing arts for early years' project, 2020 (Italy).
She has worked on projects for Spain, China and the United States.
Babalunga and Kamolongos, exposició col·lectiva, dins del festival i fira de llibre il·lustrat BabaKamo.
València (Espanya), 2019 i 2020.
Power in numbers 5, exposició col·lectiva.
Nucleus Portland gallery, Portland (Estats Units), 2020.
'Il bambino spettatore', dins el projecte 'Mapping - Una mappa sull’estetica delle arti performative per la prima infanzia'.