After graduating from a BA in Fine Arts at the Univ. of the Basque Country, she moves to London to continue pursuing her studies. She takes an MA in Photography at Central Saint Martins where she graduates with Merit in June 2015. In October she has her first solo show in La Cosmos gallery (Bilbao) and she starts working on her project Behind blue eyes, thanks to a Visual Arts grant from the Biscay Government. With this project she also wins the open call from Género y Figura, to publish a photobook to a woman photographer.
Her work is part of private and public collections such as ARTIUM Basque Museum of Contemporary Art or Centre of Contemporary Photography in Bilbao.
A red desert for digging up dinosaur fossils. The cheesecake place in the centre of town, where you could help yourself to mini chocolate-chip cookies from a glass jar whilst you waited to be seated. Our house’s huge garden. Picking fruit and flowers and taking them to your neighbours, or setting up a stand by your front door with a piggy-bank reading “2 flowers, 50p” and watching people pay religiously. Anti-earthquake protocols. Aluminium-coloured thermal blankets. Bears. Mountains. Deer on the roads. Sleeping in the car. Brunch. Totem poles and whales. No Three Wise Men. Offspring. Britney Spears. Polaroid cameras. Enormous seaweed. A cold, cold ocean