Ingrid Amaro is of Spanish extraction and likes to travel to learn through experience about other cultures and lifestyles. After her education at an agricultural secondary school, she began studying agronomy. She had a very strong desire to create and learn new things and began studying with Eugenia Anaya, a renowned Buenos Aires landscaper. Upon returning to France, she finished her education in landscaping. She experimented with pollution-reducing vertical gardens and collaborated with different landscapers before discovered a new take on landscaping in the United States. Recently she has taken part in an analysis of the tree planting plan for Beirut with the agency Francis Landscapes based in Lebanon. Always on the lookout for new technical and artistic concepts that provide answers to contemporary urban issues, she finished her educational career with training in urban design at the Académie Royal des Beaux-Arts in Brussels, Belgium. She regularly tenders art competitions and takes part in alternative workshops on occupying urban space. She has written articles for specialised magazines in Argentina. She has been coordinating the project La Semeuse since September 2013.