Beginning her journey as a sculptor by experimenting with pottery and clay, in 2000 she was mostly self taught in her experience, until attending Parviz Tanavoli’s, the established Iranian Sculptor’s, first series of sculpting workshops in 2006, focusing on the Bronze technique which resulted in her first solo sculpture exhibition at Assar art gallery. The successful show made her a member of the association of Iranian sculptors.
The main inspiration for her work is inner explorations of femininity by using mundane objects to express her experiences. She is deeply inspired by the mythological archetypes of Jung and the psychological methods of self-realization and ancient Iranian myths. Social and cultural issues influence her work deeply.