Born in Teheran, she had to leave her country during the Revolution and move to Paris, her dream town, where she discovers a rich arts culture. She becomes imbued with her new cultural environment without ever forgetting the refine and poetic nature of her native Persan culture. She likes bringing together different styles of painting from different countries and sources.
Her religion, the Baha'i faith, that teaches the principle of world peace inspires her to create works of art using photos, paintings, objects etc. The aim of her work is to express the Holy writings allegorically so that it becomes a reed to all people of all ages.Her work is testimony to an intense deep inner self where the harmony of warm colours is not any less than vivid well controlled strokes. It is also an eye for detail which has nothing to do with an excessive perfectionism but a profound sincerity that the work be as true to the text as possible. Her taste for Persan miniatures, calligraphy and digital art thus expresses itself all at the same time in a diversity of works. Her deep sensitivity also enables her to customize her work on request.