She was born in Ioannina, Greece, in 1986. She studied Journalism, Communication, and Culture at the Panteion University of Athens. She has worked as an editor in digital magazines, as a producer in a music festival and a radio program, as a collaborator of a cinema festival and a theater. In 2011 her passion for the investigation and her love for cinema led her to Barcelona where she did the UAB Creative Documentary Master’s course. During her course she co-directed "From low down", a 30' documentary about the social stigma of the people with dwarfism that was awarded at the Peloponnesian International Film Festival 2012, and participated in various festivals around the world. In 2013 she directed "Bref", a 30' documentary produced by the NGO Doctor´s of the world, that treats the delicate subject of the female genital mutilation and has been selected and awarded in many festivals internationally. That same year she directed “Cards” an 8’ autobiographical documentary about the loss of memory of her grandfather, which made its premiere at the Athens International Film Festival. Actually she is co-directing her first feature length documentary film “The most boring thing in the world” about the professional children choir Cor Vivaldi, which will be released in June of 2014. She also works as a freelancer direct sound recorder in documentary and fiction films.