She studied at Eötvös Loránd University, where she graduated as an ethnographer in 1993. She worked in rural museums for fifteen years as an ethnographic museologist. She was primarily responsible for the care and enrichment of the collection, but she also participated in several fieldworks and local history-ethnographic exhibitions. Her main area of interest is the frontiers between social ethnography and various museum disciplines. Between 2002 and 2010, she carried out fieldwork in the Balaton area, the results of which she summarized in the form of a doctoral dissertation. She received her doctorate in 2016 from the Doctoral School of European Ethnology at Eötvös Loránd University. She has been working at the Museum of Ethnography since 2017 and is the head of the Collection Department.
She mainly deals with the concept and scenario of the Ceramics Space, in addition, she is in charge of the What is a museum? topic as well.