She embarked on her artistic journey by relocating from Bogotá, Colombia, to New York City immediately after high school, where she began her formal training at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in 2010, followed by a two-year intensive Meisner Technique program at The Neighborhood Playhouse. She joined the Apartment 929 acting ensemble under Clark Middleton's guidance, where they embarked on the innovative remote film production "Blue Fish" during the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. This experience ignited her passion for filmmaking, leading her to delve into every aspect of the film production process. Collaborating with Solar Cinema in Colombia, she Executive Produced the film "CAVEWOMAN," directed by Spiros Stathoulopoulos and premiered at the 63rd Thessaloniki Film Festival. Her journey also encompasses a role as Executive Producer for the upcoming film "Seed of the Desert." She acted in Michel Franco's film "Memory," which premiered at Venice Film Festival 2023 and continued involvement in Franco's ongoing project "Dream." Her career reflects unwavering determination, artistic exploration, and a steadfast commitment to creating impactful narratives that resonate with global audiences.