She completed her MA in photography at the Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design in 2015. She turned her attention from fine art to photography upon the advice of her first master, István Fekete. Her works are characterised by experimentation on the frontiers of photography. Her main subjects are remembrance and home shown in the context of being far from one’s homeland. She applies the techniques of experimental photography, video, archaic processes as well as film-like, narrative, staged photography in her work. She has participated in group exhibitions in Budapest, New York, Vienna, London, Bratislava and Göteborg. She won the award for the best portfolio at the Behance Portfolio Review in 2013.