I started university studying Mathematics, but in the same year I dropped out, although I must admit that I always liked numbers. Having grown up in a family of artists, great professionals, my grandfather and my great-uncle were devoted to painting, nobody was surprised that I abandoned math for something creative.
Then, I studied Interior Architecture at the Polytechnic University of Madrid and two years of superior Architecture. In that period, in parallel, I worked, here and there until, and suddenly, I decided to prepare myself to enter the Academy of Fine Arts. Shortly after, I tried the test and, to my surprise, the I passed it. At home, however, nobody was surprised.
I feel very fortunate to have grown up surrounded by books and beauty, and my family has supported my career as an artist from the first moment. Basically, I always painted and it was not a revelation when, during a night, I said: “Mom, I want to be an artist”.