She studied ethnography at the Eötvös Loránd University between 1991 and 1995 and has been working at the Ethnological Archive of the Museum of Ethnography since September 1995. Firstly, as a collection assistant, and since 1998 as a collection’s museologist she has been taking care of the Drawing and Painting Collection, the Print Collection, and the Map Collection. She is the curator and co-curator of several exhibitions presenting the collection, as well as the author and co-author of various educational publications based on the collection.
Areas of research: folk arts, handicrafts, industrial education, drawing education, ornamentation collections in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, sample books, sample sheets, and ecclesiastical and secular manuscript books in Hungary 17-18th century ornaments. Between 2014 and 2019, as a participant in an OTKA research, she examined drawings related to handicrafts, primarily in the 18-19th century, the effects of 19th century drawing education on that area.
In the new permanent exhibition, she is in charge of the Folk Art theme.