Born in Budapest in 1971, she received her diploma from Eötvös Loránd University, at the faculty of arts (Budapest). She majored in Polish, Aesthetics and Film-theory. She is studying at the Hungarian Academy of Theatre, Film and Television to became a film and television director. Her feature script titled Retreating Reality was selected from Hungary for the 4th Central European Screenwriters Lab in Association with the Sundance Institute in Prague, in November 2000. She directed three short films: Assorted Letters (2000), 18 Pictures from the Life of a Conserve Factory Girl (2003) and The Virus (2005). Fresh Air is her first feature film.