After writing and directing several short films and documentaries, such as Trinidad Grund: una historia sumergida (Nora Films-Canal Sur, 2012), in 2014 she participated in the Official Selection of the Malaga Festival with 321 días en Michigan, co-written with director Enrique García, for which she was awarded the Biznaga Oficios del Cine the following year. He co-wrote with the same director two more feature films: Resort Paraíso (Puraenvidia Films, Encanta Films, 2018) and La mancha negra (Marila Films, 2020). In 2019, he signs Alegría with director Violeta Salama, a film co-produced by La Claqueta PC, Powehi Films and TVE, whose script is a finalist for the SGAE Julio Alejandro Screenplay Award. It is also one of the ten projects selected in 2020 for the Breaking Through The Lens support program at Cannes.
In television he has been part of the script team for the fourth season of El Ministerio del Tiempo, the crime thriller Malaka and the docufiction Centro Médico. He teaches screenwriting at the Escuela de Cine de la Comunidad de Madrid (ECAM) and at the universities of Málaga and Rey Juan Carlos in Madrid. He is also a member of the short film selection committee of the Malaga Film Festival and the Film Academy.