1983 Born in İzmir
2001 Graduated from Lycée Saint Joseph Français d'İzmir
2006 Graduated from Bilkent University, with full scholarship in Landscape Architecture and Urban Design Department
2006 First Prize in Barış Eyikan Kılınç Urban Design Student Competition.
2006 Honorary Mention in Open UNESCO/2006/Carleton University International Student Competition
2007 The Conceptual Project of 'Healing Jerusalem' took part of the international exhibitions of Just Jerusalem 2050' Competition held by MIT
2009 Graduated from Bilkent University, with full scholarship in Graphic Design Department and obtained the Master of Arts Degree
2009 Master Thesis, Land Art on the border between Topology and Atopology' and Thesis Project, 'Nonlocalizable Displaced Mirrors'
2009 Started to work for Gardensa Landscape and Gardening
2010 Book publication by VDM Verlag, 'Land Art on the Border Between Topology and Atopology: A particular involvement in the issues of art and philosophy
2011 Started to work for DS Landscape
2017 Started to work for Gillespies, Oxford/ UK
She is currently working as a senior landscape architect in Gillespies, an award-winning landscape architecture and urban design practice in UK. She develops, alternates and criticizes design and drawings for the delivery of landscape architecture projects of several stages. She demonstrates an understanding of the relationship between design and constructability by frequently focusing on site inspections and construction supervisions. She manages the project coordination phases of multiple projects with multiple disciplines and in addition she takes role in managing client relationship. She supports in preparation of proposals, participate in public presentations and collaborates with decision-makers in developing requirements. She loves to design computer-based architectural visuals, idea diagrams and schemes, plus renderings for project presentations and thus, one of her main motives is to draw freehand sketches and combine traditional practices with digital platforms.