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She began her undergraduate degree and moved to the region of Goierri of Gipuzkoa, where she stayed for one year studying the Basque language. She studied French for four years in France, and then English for three years in England, obtaining the corresponding degree and the secretariat of the Pittman School of London. She lived for two years in Germany.
She worked as a translator and an actress. Together with her husband and other young people of the locality of Larrabetzu from Biscay, where she resides, she founded the street theatre company Kukubiltxo, in which she participated for five years. Between and she collaborated with the Department of Education of the Basque Government creating more than 40 educational videos and writing two books about Basque legends and theatrical activities.
She also taught courses to the academic personnel of the aforesaid department. In she began collaborating with the Basque public television, Euskal Telebista, with a chapter-series about nature themes. Between and she wrote and directed programmes for EITB in Basque for children and young people. In returned to her translator and interpreter activities and began a new period of literary activity.
She created large sport and animation mascots for different events. Juan Luis Landa become her regular illustrator.
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