a bit about me:

I was born in the town of Tucumán, a small city in the northwest region of Argentina. I was lucky to have amazing parents who taught me the important values of life and provided my brothers and I with a wonderful place to call "home sweet home".

I always loved travelling, to be in touch with different cultures and the power of nature. That’s probably why we ended up in New Zealand, where I live now with my husband and kids. In this magical place, it doesn’t matter where you go every landscape is stunning and even the smallest of the places has its own
unique touch.

I have a bachelor degree in graphic design and have been working as a designer for 16 years. I believe that Design can make the world a better place. I am always eager to learn and to continuing to study, life is a journey of a constant learning. Now I’m about to finish a business course in Te wananga o Aotaeroa and I’m a premium member at Lynda.com which allows me to study online and access incredible and valuable information in my own time.

I’m an incredibly optimistic person.  Things that I love and enjoy are: Pilates and Yoga, reading, cooking, traveling and being out in nature, photography, painting, and spending time with my family and our fluffy cat Leo.

Why is my logo a dragonfly?

It’s my lucky symbol, I love the meaning of this little creature and I feel a connection to it. It’s an ancient and wise. According to mythology this insect is a link between the human and the fairy realm, the dragonfly is also the emblematic animal of the goddess of creativity for some cultures. I find this utterly fascinating since it inspires me when I am writing and illustrating books for kids. Also, the dragonfly, in almost every part of the world symbolizes change in the perspective of self-realization 
and adaptation.