Born in Athens. She studied painting at the Athens School of Fine Arts, with L. Kanakakis, D. Mytaras and N. Kessanlis (1984-1989). She also studied Interior Design at the California State University of Long Beach – Fine Arts School, with A. Turnauyer (1980-1983). She continued her studies at the École des Beaux Arts in Paris on a greek state scholarship (I.K.Y.), with P. Carron (1990-1992). Her first solo exhibition was held in Athens (Zoumboulakis gallery, 1994).
Her work can be found in the Greek Parliament, in the National Gallery, in the Maximos Palace, in the Benaki Museum, in the Museum of Contemporary Art of Florina, in the Frisira Museum, in the Kouvoutsakis Gallery, in the Moschandreou Gallery, in the collection of the Group of Companies, Bank and Piraeus Bank, in the collection of Interamerican and in other public and private collections in Greece and abroad. Her work was chosen to represent Greece at the 2004 Olympics.
In September 2008, in the framework of the Environmental Program of the Goulandris Museum of Natural History, a work on the subject of the olive tree was proposed, which was auctioned and the proceeds were donated to the Forest Fund. The project was awarded to the Greek Parliament. She has shown her work in solo exhibitions in Athens, Thessaloniki and Nicosia. She has also participated in group exhibitions in Greece and abroad (China, USA, England, Belgium, Ireland, France, Cyprus, Turkey, Korea, Bahrain, Dubai, Lebanon).