Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She studied graphic design and worked as an Art Director at several advertising agencies.

She directed her own design studio for eight years while she completed her training as a goldsmith with Master Sarkis. At the same time she attended courses and seminars in lost wax, jewelrymaking, goldsmithing and advanced jewelry techniques.

Since 2009 she teaches contemporary jewelry, traditional jewelry, hand-crafted jewelry and lost wax in her own studio. 


The artist has participated in individual and collective exhibitions both nationally and internationally.

Her designs are exposed in some of the most important galleries, museums, embassies and jewellery exhibitions of the country



Her jewels are part of national and international exhibitions.

Her pieces are sold in Spain, Italy, London, United States, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Uruguay and of course, in Argentina.

She was selected by Argentina´s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, to be part of an exhibition to promote Argentine design in Chile.

In 2006, after presenting her stand in Expo-trastienda for 4 consecutive years, she was chosen by La Prensa’ newspaper as the image of the expo’s design area. 

In 2001 she was awarded at the 5th annual jewelry design competition, "Jewels Today", by the Chamber of jewelry’s entrepreneurs in Argentina.

She participated in the "Commercial’s Mission for Women’s Fashion and Accessories" in Chile, organized by the Argentina Chancellery and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, through the Department of Women Affairs.

In 2003, she participated in the artistic-educative charity event "Open Windows To...” Tigre, Bs. As. Argentina.

She designed pieces for "La Hostería", Santa Ana, Uruguay. One of those pieces was given to Mrs, Lucía Topolansky, Uruguay’s First Lady.

She designed and developed a brooch in white, red, and yellow gold with blue and white topaz and a case in silver and 18k gold for the President of Argentina, Mrs, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner in April 2013.