Degree in Fine Arts from the University of Barcelona. Between 1997 and 2008 she lived in the Netherlands where she studied cultural management at the Erasmus University in Rotterdam and worked in different Dutch and multinational companies in the banking sector (Rabobank), organizational consulting (Ordina) and the public sector (Amsterdam Police).
In 2008 she debuted with the novel La nena dels nou dits, originally written in Dutch and translated after the Catalan (column), Spanish (El Aleph) and five other languages. In 2010 she published La Llista (Amsterdam), which was also published in Spanish (Landen, Alfaguara) and in Dutch, French and English. In 2013 she published Dies de cel groc (Amsterdam) in Catalan and Dutch. Her fourth novel is half-written and it’s waiting in a computer folder until her two children are in elementary school.
Since 2012 she has been teaching creative writing classes at the Laboratory of Letters, where she has developed all the teaching material for this course. In 2014, she became the school’s co-principal. In 2017, she led a team of teachers from the Arts Laboratory who, at the request of the Department of Education, prepared and taught LIC advisors the Creative Writing training for primary and secondary students. Since 2019 she has been the director of the Master’s in Literary Creation at the Laboratory of Letters.