I am a fashion, film, and media historian, currently working as a lecturer in the film and media sections of the Department of Media Studies.
I hold a doctoral degree in Fashion Studies and a Master of Arts in Cinema Studies, both from Stockholm University, and a Lic. Degree in Public Relations from Universidad Argentina de la Empresa (UADE). During my doctoral studies, I was a visiting researcher at the School of Cinematic Arts, University of Southern California (2015).
Before moving to Sweden, I worked as a PR officer in the entertainment and retail industries for over a decade. I also lectured in Art History, Cultural History, and Creative Writing courses at UADE for four years.
In 2014, I discovered Jacques Fonteray’s private archive, while conducting research about the film Barbarella (Roger Vadim, 1968). I collaborated with Fonteray’s family to donate the material to preserve his cultural legacy. Part of this collection is now available at the Margaret Herrick Library of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences. Due to my interest in, and commitment to, archival research, I became a founding member and communication director of the Libraries and Archives Scholarly Interest Group at SCMS (Society for Cinema and Media Studies).
Among my extracurricular activities, I have been a jury and nomination jury for award ceremonies in Argentina (Premios Carlos Gardel a la Música) and Sweden (Guldbaggen). I have presented my research in international conferences, published articles, and guest-edited special issues in several academic journals.