Born in Puerto Rico, 1987.
Finished a Bachelor’s Degree in Graphics Arts from the University of Puerto Rico in Carolina. Graduated with a Masters in Fine Art with concentration in Photography from Miami International University of Art and Design in 2012. Shortly thereafter she worked as curator of exhibitions and gallery coordinator at Vargas Gallery, Pembroke Pines, FL, where she organized 19 exhibitions from 2012 to 2015 and taught photography as adjunct faculty at Vargas University.
Founded PRISMA Art Projects in 2015, an artist-run organization focused on supporting contemporary emerging artists from Puerto Rico and abroad through curated exhibitions. She has introduced two international art and photography movements to the Puerto Rico community: 24hourproject and Free Art Fridays.
Saldaña has participated in many solo and group exhibitions in Puerto Rico, United States, United Kingdom and Mexico, including Bienal SalaFAR at Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico, Bienal de Fotografía at Museo de Las Americas in San Juan, Miami Independent Thinkers in Miami and PINTA Art Fair in London.
She currently holds several positions including Program Coordinator at Museo de Arte de Puerto Rico, Digitization Specialist at Instituto de Cultura Puertorriqueña & teaches photography and graphic design at various universities in Puerto Rico.