I am an artist and educator who uses contemporary art to open dialogues about social justice. As an educator, I want to empower students to be global citizens while guiding them in their use of creative and critical thinking skills. My goal is to create a sense of peace and respect among students using art and education as a vehicle. In my practice, I include contemporary art, art history, design, technology and meaningful discussions to appreciate the beauty that every cultural identity has while discussing the global and local problems that students face. I was born in Buenos Aires where I worked in advertising as an art director for eight years until I decided to move to Madrid and later to Berlin to study Fine Arts (BFA). I believe that artists should be committed to making a better world to cope with social issues in this globalized context in which we all live. For this reason, I moved to New York City where I did my graduate study in art education (MA Art Education K-12 initial certification) at NYU thanks to the Fulbright Scholarship. I taught in Argentina, USA, and Spain. I currently teach at Fagerhaug International School in Norway.