Photographer and university professor. She graduated in Production Engineering from the Engineering School of Mauá, in 1979, and completed a master’s degree in Production Engineering from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, in 1984. She then shifted her line of research and work to investigating issues pertaining to image and technology. She completed a doctorate in the Communication and Semiotics Department of the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo in 1998 with the title Passagens: Um Lugar Possível para a Fotografia Contemporânea (Passages: A Possible Place for Contemporary Photography). She then dedicated herself to studying the symbolic production operated by mobile media on social and political activism by artists and individuals. As a photographer, she has worked for newspapers and biweekly periodicals. She has featured in the collective shows Sefarad: Retratos de uma Herança, featuring photos of the Jewish community in Morocco; and Em busca da Cidadania Perdida, about the impeachment of former president Fernando Collor, at Espaço Cultural Tendal da Lapa in São Paulo. She has been a professor at the Industrial Design Department of the Federal University of Espírito Santo since 2002.