She began street painting at the age of 14. Her hobby brought her many prizes and smaller orders at a young age and she joined the German street painter community around Edgar Müller, who motivated her in 2007 to professionalize and develop in the field of 3D street art. While still a student, she became self-employed as a freelance artist and founded FreddArt Streetpainting in 2011. Since then she has been working with clients to develop street art concepts and create 3D street art as an interactive art attraction at city festivals, company events, shopping centres or street art festivals. In 2015 she opened her art and culture studio in her hometown, where she offers street art workshops, small cultural events and networking events.