- Hugo Aveta
- Silvana Blasbalg
- Roberto Camarra
- Soledad Dahbar
- Julio Fuks
- Estela Izuel
- Gustavo Lozano
- Guadalupe Miles
- Diana Saimovici
- Ivana Salfity
- Rosana Schoijett
- Constanza Vicco
She was born in Montpellier, France, in 1971. She has since then lived in San Pedro, Buenos Aires moving later with her family to the city of Salta, Argentina.
Since 1989 she lives between Salta and Buenos Aires, where she started studying the Image and Sound Design career at the UBA, University of Buenos Aires, she also attended photography courses with Juan Travnik.
In 1997 she joins the Tribune of Salta Newspaper to work as intern of photography.
In the year 2000 she is awarded with the Photography Schollarship of the National Fund for the Arts and receives the Subsidiy for Artistic Creation of the Antorchas Foundation to create “Salteños”: a photographic essay about the urban culture of Salta City. Once finished, she won the price of the FiftyCrows International Fund for Documentary Photography (San Francisco, EEUU) as best Latin American essay. In the year 2000 this same project was chosen as the best Port folio in the Open Event of Photography of Buenos Aires.
“Salteños” was exhibited in Buenos Aires, Madrid, San Francisco (EEUU), Charleroi (Belgium), Paris, Salta, Salisbury (England) and London.
In the year 2001 she receives a schollarship from Trama Program (Espigas Foundation) with the “Quinceañearas” essay. Meanwhile, she also works as photographer in long films productions as well as camera man.
Part of her work belongs now to the collection of the Museum of Modern Art of Buenos Aires.