The passion for paper has made this artist very creative with her paper sculptures. The watercolor papers have been twisted and molded to form beautiful faces portraying different emotions. The paper is turned into 3d patterns and when the light hits the surface, interesting forms are displayed. She mostly uses folded papers which are bent in straight lines or molds to create faces. The most interesting fact of these paper sculptures are they all created using a single sheet of paper. The most interesting fact of these paper sculptures are they all created using a single sheet of paper. Born to a family of artists, she was inspired by her step-grandfather's book,"Your Book of Paper folding" which moved her to learn the art. From the age of 8, she has been experimenting with papers. According to her website,"The paper fold is initially eased into shape by hand onto a small piece of paper. Then the paper is opened out and the lines carefully, mathematically transcribed into a computer line drawing. Once this drawing is refined and tested and with the repeat tessellation computed, the line data is sent to a desktop cutter that cuts very slightly into the paper in order to score it. The paper is then folded by hand along these scores. Each sculpture is made from one sheet of paper with no cuts or glue".