After graduating in Architecture and Urban Design from a Brazilian university, Juliana worked as an illustrator and a storyboard artist for the animation and advertisement industries for five years. She has had her portfolio featured in Computer Arts Magazine and Behance Graphic Design. Her experience illustrating combined with her passion for history and interior design has made Juliana move to London in 2015, where she has been working in the art department ever since in various roles - props maker in TV shows and production designer in short films and commercials. She has recently finished an MA in Filmmaking at Met Film School based in Ealing Studios. Juliana’s Graduation Project Southpaws – a short film about being left-handed and stereotypes – won the Diversity category at the Smart Screen Creative Awards in 2018, giving her the opportunity to be interviewed by MTV LondonLive and to be nominated by PIEoneer Awards as an International Alumni of the Year in 2019.