Morán graduated in International Business at Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences, focusing her thesis on the Economic analysis of the art industry. Afterwards she continued her theoretical engagement with Art History bachelor's studies at the Autonomous University of Madrid as well as through her participation at the modules of Art Criticism from the Master on Art Journalism at the Complutense University of Madrid, the Fine art Appraisal and Cataloguing studies offered at the New York University, and the MA in Audiovisual Arts organized by the MACBA Museum and Universidad Ramón Llull of Barcelona.
In 2013 she made the full curriculum of the 3rd Ward Fine Art Academy of Bushwick, Brooklyn, moving to Hawaii afterwards where she started her studies on permaculture, ecology and sustainability, followed by the intensive course of the Art Therapy Master of the Pompeu Fabra University of Barcelona. Interested in a holistic development of the individual, throughout her life she has also followed courses in herbal medicine, meditation, neurolinguistic programing, hypnotherapy, guided imagery, theta healing and reiki.
As a media artist she has researched into different mediums, including digital architecture, writing, hand processing color photography, super 8, 3D modeling, 2D animation, videoart, earthart, arduino robotics, outsider drawings, paintings and ceramics, metal and wood work.
This interdisciplinary education has brought her to relate studies in the fields of economy, globalization, time, civilizations, semiotics, politics, ecology, immaterial production, technology, innovation, new materials, particularly interested in following the latest theories on cultural, gender and virtual identities, feminism, socialism, decolonialism, posthumanism, spirituality & physics.