Inma graduated in Fine Arts from the University of Seville in 1996, and loves teaching art by giving drawing classes in Seville. She is an avid cartoonist, and although she has tried various art surfaces, for her, the notebook is her most interesting and personal vehicle of expression. She has always worked with notebooks as a tool for learning and adores using them to draw the places where she lives & frequents. “Notebook drawing really helps me understand life and meet people. Live the moments more intensely, leave them engraved in my mind. That's why the notebook always accompanies me. The contact with people, the exchange of experiences, the conversations are all reflected in my pages. When memory fails, the drawings and texts that remain help me to relive each place, to remember each person.” She regularly collaborates illustrating articles in written press and literary magazines (El Topo Tabernario, Revista Mercurio, Renacimiento & more) and collaborated with LE MONDE Diplomatique, La Vanguardia and El Mundo. She also illustrates children's stories, novels, and books of poetry. In her work as an educator and teacher, in addition to her daily work, she has taught Urban Drawing workshops in various cities in Spain and worldwide.