I grew up in Buenos Aires, became a photographer in Europe, and I am now living between New York and Brussels.
My life has influenced the way I look at the people around me. I have always lived in big cities with large floating populations, which naturally led me to empathize with them. We are all migrants in different ways, moving around trying to improve our lot in life.
I try to capture this human dynamic in my photography, made of hopes fulfilled or shattered, with its drama and contradictions—the odyssey of human life.
My work has been exhibited worldwide in 20 countries of Europe, America and Asia, including 4 Individual exhibitions and over 50 Group exhibitions.
I am a Curator, Jury, Producer and Mentor of Women Street Photographers, founded by Gulnara Samoilova based in New York.
I am Curator of Fotografas LATAM, Latin American women photographers.
Part of my photography is in the collection of the Museum of the City of New York.