I grow up around nature, and started to photograph from the desire of documenting the beauty of life: nature and people. Although with a Graphic Design background, I always found photography my best tool to express or communicate, and to document. Since 2002, I have participated in graphic design and photography exhibitions. From the Museum of the City of New York, to the International Photography Festival of Chefchaouen in Morocco, in the last years. In 2010, I graduated in Documentary Photography from the International Center of Photography. New York Foundation of Arts and the Spanish Consulate selected me for Artepreneur 2014. I am currently accepted into the Master in Professional Studies in Digital Photography at the School of Visual Arts, which I will start next fall. As well as teaching, editing stories and shooting nature related issues, I also develop personal projects. Natural History Magazine May Issue has published my first collaboration with my husband as a writer. When my father died, I started the series ‘Where The Soul Never Dies’.