Born in Tallinn, Estonia. Graduated from Mustamäe Gymnasium of the Humanities in Tallinn, from St. Petersburg State Univeristy, and from Bard College in upstate New York. She speaks Russian, English, German and Estonian.
Has worked in the Moscow Bureau of UNESCO in regards to affairs in Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Moldova and the Russian Federation. Has worked at the Garage Center of Contemporary Culture, the Sergei Kuryokhin Center of Contemporary Art, the AL Gallery and elsewhere. Was awarded a diploma for achievement by the City Government of St. Petersburg.
Is an experienced organizer of various types of cultural endeavors and international communications: Cyberfest: VI International Festival of Media Art, The Living Library, Highway 110, the Contemporary Art in Traditional Museums festival, the European Citizenship international training project, the Icons art exhibit, Russian language summer schools in the countries of the CIS, the Baltic States, Minsk and elsewhere.
Was an organizer in various European and Russian programs in Russia, Germany, Estonia and Italy and has participated in conferences in all those countries. Frequently publishes in the internet and in print media.
Has worked at the Stanislavsky Electrotheatre since February 2014.