Her father is Iranian and her mother Swiss. She is a silkscreen printer by trade. In terms of art, Nadia defines herself as a painter and graffiti artist. She started graffiti in 1997. At first, only tags on the walls and then gradually she started to develop her lettering, before turning to drawing. In this latter discipline, she focused more on people, and therefore more towards portraits. These days, her work focuses on the human body, and more precisely women’s bodies, their preoccupations, tribulations, etc.