1964, Fuensanta, Albacete, Spain. In 1989 she finished her studies in jewelry at the Massana School. From 1989 to the present, she participates in exhibitions in Europe, the United States and Canada. Her work has been published in various catalogs and media and is part of some national and international private collections. From 1993-95, she was part of the board of directors of Orfebres FAD, participating in the creation of the ENJOIAT international competition, in which she participated as a jury in different competitions. From 2003 until today she created and directs the Amaranto Joies gallery, located in Barcelona. In 2008 she received the JORGC Creation and Design award. Since 2016, she has taught contemporary jewelry classes in the applied arts graduate program at the Massana School.