(Barcelona, 1973), graduated in fine arts by the University of Barcelona, postgraduate in conservation and restoration of fabric in The Textile Conservation Center of Hampton Court, Courtland Institute of Art, attached to the University of London, is since 2000 restorer- conservative fabric, as autonomous, for various institutions and private collections. Since 2008, she has been restorer-curator of tissue at the Center de Documentació i Museu Tíxtil de la Diputación de Barcelona, at the bottom of the center and external assignments. He has participated as a specialist in various restorations, including the opening and investigation of the tomb of King Pedro II the Great (2010). Has made technical collaborations as an expert in Proposal of systematization of management and conservation procedures, treatment of cultural property in temporary exhibitions, organized by the Spanish Group of iic; the Conference on Criteria for Intervention in Tapestries and Carpets (Historical Heritage Institute, Madrid), the Technical Conference on Museums and Textile Materials (CDMT, Terrassa) and the Preventive Conservation and Cleaning Treatment in Art Works (Spanish Embassy in Cuba), among others. He has participated in various publications specialized in textile conservation and restoration. As a lecturer, he has taught technical and practical classes on manipulation and systems of tissue exposure, and conservation-restoration.