Born in 1987 in Monterrey (Mexico), Fernanda grew up and studied in Cancun. Having Mexican/Spanish nationality, she got the opportunity to move to Spain in 2006 to pursue her passion at TAI University of Arts (Madrid) in the Film & TV Direction. Finally holding a Bachelor’s degree, in Cinematography & Audiovisual Arts, she started participating at several short film festivals with her work The silence of the firefly (a self written, directed and produced Japanese/Spanish short film), getting some recognition for its "original style”. Thanks to this, Ana Amigo (Alejandro Amenabar’s producer) got in touch with her and offered her to be part of the crew at what was later going to be the Goya Award Nominee documentary film, Los Mundos Sutiles under Eduardo Chapero-Jackson’s direction.
Folllowing that, she got the opportunity to also work in different roles – mostly as an assistant director- and gain film experience under the leadership, and in support of key figures of the Spanish scene, e.g. Carles Vila (Tv and film director), Rafael Alcazar (film director), Karina (singer), Manu Franco (web series director & writer), or Rodrigo Sancho (film director). She also continued to self- produce short films and was a finalist for Best original script at the MOFILM Pepsi Film Publicity Contest with Prohibition.
Since 2019 she lives in the UK and looks forward to finding a way to produce one of her most ambitious scripts: The Crystal Wall, a film which is set in England in the XIX Century.