MFA in Studio Arts with an emphasis in Photography, Hunter College, New York, N.Y.
BFA with a minor in General History, Universidad de Los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia.
As a practitioner lens-based artist and as a photographer for editorial projects in the field of the arts, her practice is located in the intersection between the museum –the enigma and theatricality of its space; the aesthetic and narrative qualities of its collection of art works and artifacts; and the intricacy of its encyclopedic archives- and the photographic as a vehicle of artistic expression and creativity, and as an aid for documentation and memory.
Her work has been seen in exhibitions in the United States, France, Spain and Colombia, where her latest show Mise-en-Scène: Beyond the Photographic took place as part of the international year Année France-Colombie (2017). In 2018, advances of her latest project The Daughter of the Great Library were published in the multilingual journal 39NULL Magazin für Gesellchaft und Kultur (Berlin | Bozen).
As a commissioned photographer she has collaborated with art magazines and museum publications in the United States, France, Spain, Germany and Colombia. In 2015, she was invited to shoot the cover of the inaugural edition of the magazine of The Artist’s Institute (New York), under the artistic direction of Pierre Huyghe and Jenny Jaskey, which obtained a Swiss Federal Design Award for Most Beautiful Book of the Year (2015).