Born in 1981 in Argentina, in a small town near Buenos Aires. Her passion for art started at a young age but it was not until her late twenties, after graduating in Economics, that she decided to dedicate her life to Photography. She studied Photography, Fashion Photography, Art Direction and Scenery in different places including the Institute of the prestigious Teatro Colon. And her influence comes mainly from Classic Paintings.
Romina started in fashion photography but was gradually moving to Fine Arts, venturing, beyond Photography, into mixed media. Titled "Photographer of the year" by the International Color Awards 2017 (among many other international prizes) and selected as one of the 17 young women who are on their way to becoming influential figures of the world by The Women's Forum for the Economy and Society in 2016 (one of the five most influential forums worldwide according to The Financial Times), Romina has won recognition fast in the Art world.
Owner of a pictorial style, she is well known for her anachronisms and the use of the absurd and irony to approach modern issues. The attempt to grant fresh air to the classic style is another important characteristic of her work.
 Her works are collected by the Columbus Museum of Art (USA), the Salo Art Museum (Finland) and the 21 C Museum (USA).