I have a degree in Art History from the Universidad Iberoamericana (2005), with a master's degree in Modern and Contemporary Art from the Casa Lamm Cultural Center (2007).
I studied at the Union of the Argentine Cinematographic Industry a degree in production designer and wardrobe for cinema and theater (Buenos Aires, Argentina, 2008).
I am certified as a federal tourist guide by the Association of Tour Guides Adolfo López Mateos, endorsed by the Secretary of Tourism SECTUR (2018).
I have worked in various fields related to the cultural field such as the Old School of San Ildefonso, the Foundation of the National Institute of Fine Arts and the Once Channel. Also in galleries such as the Casa Lamm Cultural Center and the Luis Adelantado Mexico Gallery, in the area of visual arts and the sale of works.
During my studies in Argentina, I worked as a costume assistant in the Oscar winning film "El secreto de sus ojos" as the best foreign film in 2009.
When I came back from Argentina, I assisted in the coordination of set design and performance during the presentations of the opera "Rigoletto" (Theater of the City "Esperanza Iris", 2009).
I have participated in research for audiovisual works such as the series "Los Minondo" (Canal Once, 2010) and the movie "El Atentado" (Dir. Jorge Fons, 2010), among others.
During 2015 I participated every Friday in the program of Eduardo Ruíz Healy, "Fuego Cruzado" of Radio Fórmula and Tele Fórmula, giving air cultural recommendations.
I also wrote periodically on art and daily life history at Ruiz Healy-Times.com.
In March 2015, I launched my project "Journeys with History / Walking through History", with the objective of promoting and promoting Mexico, and since then I have been dedicated to creating and touring Mexico City and its surroundings.
Also, throughout these years, I have generated research and taught classes, courses and lectures on the history of art. All of this in different institutions such as the Westhill Institute, the Williams School, the Carlos Slim Historical Center Foundation, the Adolfo López Mateos Tourist Guides Association, among others.