Since her beginnings she had developed art concepts for a very diverse range of clients. Some of them are clothing brands, musicians, engineers, real estate agencies. She is focused on research-driven design that promotes cultural, ethical, inclusive, technological and city-collaborative initiatives through exhibitions, books and digital platforms. She likes to think about her processes as being formed by accountable, detailed focus and collaborative efforts.
Though her career has a broad range of experiences, the flexibility to go from research-based concepts to the development of detailed oriented graphic products is the main spot of her abilities. This is a quality that has brought her acknowledgments such as a feature on the German publisher Gestalten on its book Los Logos 8. Also her work was reviewed by the renowned Austrian and New York-based graphic designer Stefan Sagmeister. Recently she received as part of the 2019-2020 cohort of the Institute Without Boundaries an award by DesignTO on “Community Wellbeing” for the exhibition Playroom.TO in Toronto.