About me

Growing up in a family who put lot of importance on culture and arts, and being a sea lover, I earned a Marine Biology degree and a master's before fully putting my hands in the art world, and this is why recognizable marine elements and natural environments are often imagery in my quilts, besides emotionally strong subjects.

After learning traditional quilting I explored hand-dyeing, painting on fabrics and the art of marbling discovering the great possibilities of these techniques in making award winning quilts, which have shown in national and international shows, and been published in national magazines (Magic Patch, Quiltitalia newsletter).

I regularly teach quilting/patchwork classes and lectures about quilting and quilt judging. I also write for patchwork magazines.

In 2013, after 2 years of enrollment in the "Quilt Judging Course" organized by the Quilters' Guild of British Islands, I've been certified as Quilt Judge and since 2015 I'm the chair of the Quilt Judging Committee of the QGBI.