Born in Guadalajara (Jalisco, México), she moved to a smaller city weeks after coming into existence. Raised for 10 years in Celaya (Guanajuato, México), she learned how to climb trees, ride bikes without taking off her skates, how all food is precious, dragon ball, fancy etiquette, super nintendo, drawing a sitting cat looking through a window, and, among other things, avoid approaching chickens with a bad attitude.
On her 11th birthday she moved back to the motherland, where she endured puberty, the internet, catholic girls school, learning japanese, dog friends, anime conventions, questionable clothing choices, playstation, not knowing what love is, dungeons and dragons, traveling the world with her family, lasik that resulted in enhanced eyesight, friendship, fanart, shame, and other important life lessons.
It was just before turning 18 where she chose a career path, then changed her mind two years later and decided to go for "animation and digital art". And, you guessed it, now we'll enlist some of the stuff she discovered in college: driving, you can be a tea person, the weirdest nicknames are the ones that stick, teamwork, drawing anime, embracing a less than 5 ft height, cooking, Bioshock, life drawing, getting home late, meeting amazing people and thankfully befriending them, drawing something other than anime, forgetting japanese, cat friends, slightly better clothing choices, Scott Pilgrim, animation principles, falling in love, photography, laughter, and learning to unlearn some weird things you pick up during puberty.
After graduation came binge watching tv series, then work, then visiting her boyfriend that moved to Los Angeles, then marriage, then moving to Los Angeles. It is in this city where she has managed to build a somewhat presentable burrow, where her days are filled with adventures, food, friends, plants that don't quite fill the void of wanting to own a cat, art, board games, road trips, and an active hunt for good handmade tortillas.
This is the story so far.