I was born in Edinburgh in 1990.

I come from a bilingual background, being half Scottish and half Spanish.

Since I was a child, I have been deeply rooted in the arts. My background lies in dance, theatre, film, video, art, performance and sound.

I left highschool in 2006 to pursue a career in the creative arts, with a passion for film direction. I studied media & film for 2 years at Stevenson College, showing my film ‘Beautes Endormies’ at the Edinburgh FIlmhouse Student Showcase in 2007. Through expanding my interest from film to video art, I discovered my interest in artistic practices and followed on to do an art & design foundation course at Telford College. In 2009, I applied to the BA (Hons) Time Based Art & Digital Film programme at the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee. It was in this three year period, of undertaking my undergraduate that I embraced all forms of mediums including video, photography, performance, sound and installation. I ended my final year specialising in sound art and spatial installation, using the human voice as a medium to convey our relationship and internal connections to space.

I hope in the future to follow on from my undergraduate and to do a masters in Performance/ collaborative practice & cultural events organisation.