A psychologist, photographer and photographing traveler. An inexhaustible source of inspiration for her is a man. While photographing during the trip, she tells simple stories whose protagonists are ordinary people. He uses photography as a machine to stop time, which allows to save everything that is real and unique. Her photographic reports from India, Bolivia, Chile, Venezuela, Ecuador and Peru were shown at many travel festivals, and for several years she has been associated with the Festival of Spanish-language Culture.
"They say that Morocco is the most mysterious country in North Africa, with each day more and more I had immersed in the aura of magic, fairy tales, myths and dreams...
Fate could not choose a better place for me. I know what the touch of the desert means. I saw trees that do not give shade, and a desert that rises on the horizon touching the sky with ice. I felt the sand soft under the feet and a gusty wind swirling, which the horizon dress into a mysterious milk fog. I listened to the silence after dark and the heart beat of camels. I loved the orange scraps of the morning, the wonderful harbingers of the east that make me hold my breath in anticipation…”