The Nazaré oceanfront saw her grow, she lived and worked in Alcobaça, but it was Oporto that harbored her and set forth her career within its Faculdade de Arquitectura.
With one foot anchored there and the other reaching out across the Mediterranean Sea to Palermo, she unfolds herself to the vain and glorious attempt of being in two places at once, as the Sicilian city entitles her M. Arch.
Architecture and travel are her stepping stones and, to such commitment and dedication, she is a promising name in Portuguese Contemporary Architecture.