Born in Mexico City and a proud mother of two beautiful boys. I graduated in 2001 from Centro de Estudios en Ciencias de la Comunicacion with a degree in Advertising.
Soon after, I moved to Miami where I graduated from the Fashion Photography and Editorial Design Program at Miami Ad School.
My photography has been featured at The Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum, Fairchild Tropical Gardens, Art Fusion Gallery, The Freedom Tower, Sagamore Hotel, Aperture Pro, Etra Fine Arts, The Dorch’s Gallery and the ACA Galleries in New York. I’ve participated through the contribution of my work with the Make a Wish Foundation, The Raw Beauty Project, Victory School, Sabrina Cohen Foundation, Miami Heart Gallery, Raising Malawi, and most recently with SFK (Spirituality for Kids).
In 2010 I founded MetroCitizen Magazine. It all started with an article about my art that was published by a Real Estate printed magazine. While I was not in favor of the design qualities of the magazine, the concept interested me. The opportunity to take over the magazine was offered to me and that’s how it all began. After carefully evaluating the market and direction of the industry, I redesigned the magazine into an online publication.
With a new look and new name, MetroCitizen Magazine was born.
Today, MetroCitizen Magazine is a very well established publication within the Art and Real Estate Industries based in Miami with a worldwide readership and a vast social media net of followers and subscribers increasing daily.