She won a Goya Award in 2000 for her short film "Siete cafés por semana" and she was nominated for Best New Director in 2010 with her debut "Planes para mañana", with this film she also won, among other awards, the Silver Biznaga for Best Director and Best Screenplay (Málaga Film Festival) Best Direction (Spring Film Lorca) and CEC Medal Revelation 2010. In addition to these awards, her film and her ten short films have received more than 50 national and international awards and have been selected in the Official Selection at festivals around the world. Since 1996 she worked as a screenwriter and filmmaker of documentary, advertising, music clips... for customers such as Renfe, Ono, the Madrid City Council, the Institute for Women, Dove, Rexona, Disney Channel, Canal Pand, Ausonia... She has taught filmmaking, screenwriting and actor direction in the Francisco de Vitoria University, the Institute of Spanish Broadcast Television and other audiovisual training centers. She is the author of the book "24 words per second. How to write a screenplay "published by the IORTV. Currently she released her film "Embarazados".