Born in Puerto Rico, 1987.
Graduated in 2009 from a Bachelor’s Degree in Graphics Arts/Printmaking from the University of Puerto Rico in Carolina. Eager to earn a Masters Degree, Saldaña moved to Miami that same year, where she graduated from Miami International University of Art and Design in 2012 from a Masters in Fine Art with concentration in Photography.
Shortly thereafter she worked as curator of exhibitions and gallery coordinator in Vargas Gallery, Pembroke Pines, FL, where she organized 19 exhibitions, and taught photography as adjunct faculty at Vargas University.
Saldaña currently teaches photography at the University of Puerto Rico and Universidad del Este, while running the non-profit organization PRISMA Art Projects in which she organizes art exhibitions and cultural events in her native land, Puerto Rico. She has introduced the global movement of Free Art Fridays to the Puerto Rico community and has participated in many solo and group exhibitions in Puerto Rico, USA, UK and Mexico including the Bienal de Fotografia at the Museo de Las Americas in San Juan, PR, PINTA Art Fair in London and Miami Independent Thinkers in Miami, FL.