She completed her high school education at Üsküdar American Girls' High School in 1972 - 1979. In 1979, she started to study at Istanbul Mimar Sinan Fine Arts Academy, Graphic Design Department. She later graduated from Skidmore College, Fine Arts Department, in New York with a Bachelor of Science degree in 1983, to where she was transferred as a graphic student. She worked as an assistant in the same institution between 1982-1984. After returning to Turkey, she worked as the General Design Director at Vepa between 1984-1987. Between 1987-1991 worked as the advertising manager at Derimod. Between 1991 and 1997, worked at T.T Reklam Hizmetleri Tic. Ltd. Şti. as a founding partner and agency manager. In 1998, she founded Bir E Bir Reklamcılık Tic. Ltd. Şti and still works in the same institution as agency president and creative director.

In 2008, she created a "designed papers brand" called Kağıthane. Paper-related designs are prepared, produced and sold under the brand name. She taught at Işık University Fine Arts Faculty between 2007 - 2018 and at Istanbul Technical University Fine Arts Department between 2000 - 2018 as a lecturer. In the academic year of 2011-2012, she continued her master's degree in Art Theory and Criticism at Işık University, Institute of Social Sciences. 

There are etching and serigraphy works of her, in Skidmore College Art Collection and IMOGA.
She directed and prepared for printing the Istanbul Project with Subtitles, which consists of ten books of photographs dealing with the graphic elements of Istanbul in the early 2000s. She was a board member of the Advertisers Association between 1999-2006. She is a member of the Exlibris Association. She worked at the Baksı Museum and OMM Odunpazarı Modern Museum Boards. Her works were deemed worthy of awards by the Graphic Designers Professional Organization and the Advertisers Association in different years. Currently she is running the business of her brands named Bir E Bir Reklamcılık, Kağıthane Houseofpaper and Ginni Dudu. The works of the artist have been accepted to our museum by donation.