She premiered her first feature-length documentary The Next Guardian (co-director), - an intimate
family story set in Bhutan - at IDFA in the First Appearance Competition in 2017. Since then, it has
been screened at more than 40 international festivals (True/False, San Francisco IDFF, MoMA
DocFortnight, etc.) received awards, had theatrical releases, and broadcasted around the world.
Parallelly, she worked on her first directorial debut Easy Lessons, a feature-length documentary about a young Somalian refugee girl who tries to adapt to contemporary Hungary, premiered at the Locarno Film Festival Critics’ Week section in 2018. The film participated in more than 40 international festivals (HotDocs, Sarajevo IFF, Camden IDFF, Thessaloniki IDF etc.)  receiving awards such as the Hungarian Critics ‘Award for Best Documentary in 2019. 
Currently she is working on her third feature-length documentary Gross National Happiness (co-direction) about two happiness agents who measure the happiness level of the society in Bhutan. Her films received support from the IDFA Bertha Fund, Sundance Institute DFP, Catapult Film Fund, Hungarian National Film Fund and DMZ Docs Fund. In 2021 she received her D.L.A. diploma at the University of Theatre and Film Arts in Budapest. Beside filmmaking she has been teaching and mentoring at the DocNomads Joint Master
program at the same university.
The Stepmother (director, feature-length documentary in development, 2024)
Gross National Happiness (co-director, feature-length documentary in production, 2024)
Easy Lessons (director, feature-length documentary, 2018)
The Next Guardian (director, feature-length documentary, 2017)
Distance (director, short documentary, 2015)
Sunday Lunch (director, short documentary, 2014)