I was born in 1986 in Barcelona, a month earlier than expected, curious to know the world. This attitude towards life has always accompanied me. The mixture of a French mother and a Spanish father has given me a particular identity. Two different cultures that enrich my vision of the world and which stimulate me with a desire to know more.
I enjoy art in all its disciplines because it has the power to change my mood, nourish my mind and blow my imagination. Art makes me 'feel' and this is the reason I am a graphic designer.
What I most enjoy in my work is talking to my clients to better understand their projects and their needs, thinking together to better collaborate ideas. As Ellen Lupton says: “Think more and design less.”
I had my Bachelor's (Honours) degree in Audiovisual Communication in 2012. After that, I worked as a graphic designer for Cinemas Girona of Barcelona, Women Mujeres Film Festival in London, and Future Shorts in Barcelona.
I studied a Postgraduate Certificate in Production and management of cultural events in 2015. I then worked for two performing arts companies: Titzina and Vero Cendoya; doing production, public relations, and creating promotional materials.
In 2018 I decided to move to Edinburgh and dedicate myself fully to my passion: creating visual concepts for print or for digital media. Since then I have collaborated with IberoDocs Film Festival, The Jazz Bar, and Familyness.