She has been featured in multiple exhibitions across Europe and the United States, and she completed a residency at Palazzo Monti in Brescia, Italy.
She was finalist for the Exibart Prize 2020.
She sees her artwork as a struggle between fictional portraits and paint physicality. As there is no purpose in feigning the real world, it’s the material reality of the painting itself, as a two-dimensional object, that is of interest. In her work, the predominant use of impasto goes along with color, texture and gesture.