From an early age, she enjoyed working at a desk, concentrating on her hands and fingers, and enjoyed attending Montessori classes. Her skill at origami led her to a job at a hotel folding napkins and other linens, and she spent her spare time learning calligraphy, Lillian, and knitting. One day, she suddenly developed acute oedema and was feared to go blind, but miraculously recovered and was able to correct her eyesight with contact therapy, and began to draw bold and detailed line drawings with a water-based pen. Her works are characterized by her unique sense of color, where she paints her favorite things and thoughts by steadily connecting tiny circles and cells. In the beginning, she drew in black and white, but gradually she began to have many colors, changing shapes, and the pieces multiplied, gradually establishing her current style. Her motto, which she wrote on a piece of paper when she graduated from high school, is "Life is interesting because unexpected things happen. Currently, she spends her days at the work center, enjoying her creative activities at the table after having dinner with her family.