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 photographer for editorial projects in the field of the arts, her practice is located in the intersection between the museum and the library –the enigma and theatricality of their spaces; the aesthetic, narrative and metaphoric qualities of their collections; and the intricacy of their encyclopedic archives– with the photographic in both analogue and digital formats, as a primordial vehicle for visual documentation, formal experimentation and artistic research.
Her work has been seen in exhibitions and publications in the United States, Germany, France, Spain and Colombia. In 2018, the first chapter of her latest project The Daughter of the Great Library was published in the pages of the multilingual journal 39NULL Magazin für Gesellchaft und Kultur (Berlin, Germany); in 2020, the latest advances of the project will be featured in the printed version of the interdisciplinary art journal CARMA Journal (Bogotá, Colombia).
During the Spring of 2015, she was gallery photographer for The Artist's Institute (New York), during the season dedicated to pioneer performance artist Carolee Schneemann. At the same time she was commissioned photographer for the inaugural edition of the magazine of the Institute, PIERRE’S Issue One, under the artistic direction of artist Pierre Huyghe and curator Jenny Jaskey, publication which obtained a Swiss Federal Design Award for Most Beautiful Book of the Year (2016).
She currently lives and works as a teaching artist in the field of photography in Bogotá, Colombia.