1969-1974 Typographic art studies at the Hungarian Academy of Applied Arts. Her masters were: István Balogh, József Finta, Gyögy Konecsni. 1979 The Award of the Small Graphic Bienale in Tihany, Studio Prize in Pécs, 1980 The Best Placard of the Year, Hungarian National Gallery Budapest. 1982 Scholarship at the Colony of Artist in Worpwede. 1984 She worked at the Hungarian Academy in Rome. From 1991 she has been teaching at the Lauder Javne Jewish Communal School in Budapest. She is one of the leaders of the Javne Theatre. She has been exhibiting her works since 1972. At the beginning she worked as a poster designer, she designed mostly film posters. From 1981 she has been creating paintings and graphics. She makes book illustrations and arranges small sculptures from things she has found. She plans theatre costume and stage designs (Szigliget Theatre, Szólnok) Her main field is graphics.Her works of art are partly surrealistic, detailed pencil, pen and Indian ink drawings and etchings. Her compositions are crowded, full of floral motifs, fantastic creatures, puppet-figures, people, animals, building elements (like in Mannerism) In her eclectic, uniquely symbolic works, everyday-life reality is mixed up with the life of fantasy.