Her work draws upon the relationship between sound, environment and urbanism, and has been presented in different formats. She is a soundscape researcher, documentary director and curator. She is the founder and director of Lisboa Soa Sound Art Festival and the International Symposium Invisible Places. She holds a PhD in Communication and Arts from FCSH-UNL with the thesis “Contributions for an Analysis of the Soundscape: Sound, Space and Acoustic Identity”. As a director, she highlights her film Soundwalkers, which circulated internationally through various festivals and sound conferences. She is an Integrated Researcher at Cicant/Universidade Lusófona.
- 2016: PhD in Communication Sciences (specialized in Communication and Arts) by the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities of the New University of Lisbon, with the thesis “Contributions to a Soundscape Analysis: Sound, Space and Acoustic Identity”
- 2007: Master in Communication Sciences – specialization in Audiovisual and Multimedia, by the Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities of the New University of Lisbon, with the thesis: For an Introduction to Acoustic Ecology
- 1998: Degree in Management and Social Development by Universidade Católica Portuguesa