She started recreating birds with paper in 2012 and she’s been doing that ever since. She bases her works in photographs of real birds, then she draws them on Illustrator to obtain the dimensions and other details. Finally, she creates all the feathers one by one and attaches them to an also paper-made structure.
The results are amazing, and sometimes you can’t even realise that you’re not in front of an actual bird. This fact drove her to collaborate and do exhibitions with some important institutions like The Cornell Fine Arts Museum (Florida, USA) or CODA Museum (Apeldoorn, Netherlands) – where you can see her latest project, Bird Stamps, in which she turns stamps with birds into her 3D sculptures.