Born in A Coruña and passionate about cinema and the sea. She holds a degree in Audiovisual Communication from the University of Vigo and the Pompeu Fabra University, a Master’s Degree in Communication and Creative Industries from the University of Santiago de Compostela and a Master’s Degree in Film Editing from the School of Cinematography and Audiovisuals of Catalonia. Currently, she is a pre-doctoral fellow at the USC where she is working on her thesis O Triplo Corte: como despedazar o corpo na pantalla.
As a science communicator, she worked as a Technician in Communication and Scientific Dissemination at CITEEC (Centre for Technological Innovation in Building and Civil Engineering of the University of A Coruña), with the UDC she collaborated in the European project G-Night (Galician Night of Researchers), also, for two years she worked as a Research and Development Communicator at CACTUS (Support Centre for Science and Technology of the USC).
As a filmmaker, she is currently distributing the short film Cafeína (co-direction, script and co-editing), selected in multiple festivals and winner of 6 international awards.