Author of the short story book “El hombre que hablaba por mí” [The Man Who Spoke for Me] and co-autor of “Le Dictionnaire universel des créatrices” [The Universal Dictionary of Female Creators].
Her journalism has won several prizes, including the AMI 'Journalism Against Indifference' Prize and the UNESCO ‘Human Rights and Integration’ Journalism Award (Portugal).
Her work has appeared in Al Jazeera, VICE, The Caravan, The Sunday Times, Scroll.in, SciDev.Net, The Hindu, The Hindu Business Line, National Geographic’s GeoTourism site, Open Magazine, Condé Nast Traveller, Mint, Times of India (Crest Edition), among other publications.
He has worked as the editorial coordinator for several publications about travel and culture, such as Luxury, Barman, Viajes & Turismo and Arquitecto. Currently, he writes his own blog about travel in the online edition of Arcadia magazine.
She is interested on intimate writings and she thinks that journals should be a basic tool for writers. She also loves the radically opposite to the “I”: those small stories of others that achieve to tell big things about the human.
His journalistic works have appeared in DONJUAN Magazine of the Publishing House El Tiempo, DOMINGO magazine of the Universal of Mexico, the VICE Magazine, Las2orillas and the portal of journalism 070.
Her story “A Woman’s Smile” about LGBTI rights activism in Senegal appears in Safe House: Explorations in Creative Nonfiction and her article “The Salt Miners of Lac Rose” was shortlisted for the 2015 Haller Prize for Development Journalism.
Is coauthor of the non fiction book ‘Rostros que se hacen humo’, on stories of life affected by paste base drug and in 2016 she became a BBC Mundo reporter, BBC’s Spanish news service.
She cofounded Don´t Panic, a group of art and research based on interviewing people from different disciplines about their conception on fundamental concepts such as death, mistakes or shape and she received an award of Criticism and Journalism for the Arts, by the District Institution for the Arts (IDARTES) and the Center of Journalism of Los Andes University (CEPER).