She carries out artistic leaded stained glass windows following traditional techniques in a completely artisanal way. She also carries out restoration works of all types of religious and non-religious stained glass windows. The materials she uses – all of them imported from Germany – are mainly coloured glass, blown glass – modern and old – decorated with enamels and fired grisailles. She gave her first steps in the craft taking part in exhibitions, in the craft fair (FARCAMA) and in several competitions. In 1996 she received an honourable mention to the best artisanal work awarded by the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Toledo. In 1997, she won the First Prize, awarded by that same institution. In 2002, she set up her own workshop in Toledo in the Convent of the Carmelitas Descalzos, in Toledo, where she continues to carry out her work today.
Apart from all the knowledge she acquired from the stained glass master José Antonio over a period of ten years, her education was basically self-taught. She was also trained for three months in the Centro del Vidrio in Barcelona.
In 2006 she trained students at the School Workshop of Restoration, organized by the Town Council of Toledo. For six years she was a monitor in the glass workshop.
She has carried out works for the Chapel of Huerta de Valdecarávanos, the Sanctuary of the Cristo de Urda, the Bishop’s Palace in Toledo, the Cigarral Ángel Custodio in Toledo, the Church of Santa Isabel in Toledo and the Hospital in Cercedilla. She has also restored stained glass windows belonging to the Cathedral of Toledo.