Eva Guillamón nació en Albacete en 1978. Estudió Biblioteconomía y Documentación en Madrid y posteriormente Artes Visuales en Madrid, París y Nueva York. Trabajó como fotógrafa para diferentes medios de comunicación y campañas publicitarias. Su obra gráfica, alejada ya del fotoperiodismo, se puede ver en numerosos festivales.

Fue en Nueva York donde empezó en el mundo del teatro como intérprete o traductora. Allí trabajó con directores o dramaturgos esenciales en el panorama teatral neoyorkino en salas como The Kitchen o La MaMa. De vuelta en Madrid, estudió Dramaturgia en la Real Escuela Superior de Arte Dramático. Entre sus últimos trabajos cabe destacar Somos naturaleza, del que Eva es autora del libreto y directora escénica, estrenado en julio de 2017 en el Teatro Real de Madrid.

Con respecto a su faceta musical destaca Dúa de Pel, un proyecto literario-musical formado con la compositora Sonia Megías, que las ha llevado recientemente a la prestigiosa Juilliard School de Nueva York o de gira por China promocionadas por el Instituto Cervantes.

Por otro lado, desde el 2009 codirige y copresenta el programa de radio Es Sexo (Es Radio), galardonado como Mejor Programa Nocturno de Entretenimiento por la Academia de la Radio de España en 2011, y es la coordinadora del módulo de Puesta en Escena en el Máster de Instrumento Solista del Centro Superior de Enseñanza Musical Katarina Gurska (Madrid). En la actualidad estudia Flauta Travesera y en 2018 se publicará su primer poemario: Quiero oírte decir mi nombre.

Eva Guillamón was born in Albacete (Spain) in 1978. After studying Library and Information Science, and Photography and Visual Arts in Madrid, Paris and New York, she worked as a photographer for different media or in different advertising campaigns, like Coca-Cola and Football. Her work, far from photojournalism now, can be seen in many festivals.

In 2005 she moved to New York City, where she started engaging actively with the world of theater, as translator, singer and actress. There she worked with directors or playwrights who were essential in that New York theater scene, or in places with experimental vocation as The Kitchen or La MaMa. Back in Spain she enrolled in Playwriting at the Royal School of Dramatic Arts in Madrid, and since then she works as a playwright, performer and director. Occasionally she writes plays where the word has a leading role, such as On War, winner of the 6th Women Playwrights International Biennial, La Havana (Cuba), 2013 ; Gargle, highlighted as one of the best proposals for kids by the spanish Ministry of Culture, Education and Sports in 2011 ; or If in the City the Light, project which won the Community of Madrid Playwriting Fellowship, 2009. But the most part of her works are much more experimental, in which the author researches the relationship between the sound and the literature on the scene. This is the case of News from Silence. The monkey, finalist in Houston Contemporary Opera Festival, 2011 ; or Dúa de Pel, a literary-musical project with performative vocation formed by Eva Guillamón and Sonia Megías, to whom we have seen this 2016 in Teatros del Canal, Madrid, introducing their latest work, Creating Tradition. Among her upcoming premieres, it should be pointed out the children’s cantata We Are Nature, written and directed by Eva Guillamón, which will be premiered in July 2017 at the Teatro Real in Madrid.

Furthermore, in 2010 and 2011, she weekly presented the theater section of the program Ni Palo al Agua Presenta, at Radio Albacete (Spain) ; and since 2009 she is one of the two conductors of Es Sexo, awarded as the Best Entertainment Evening Program by the Academy of Radio of Spain.

In relation to her musical side, after a long career as a jazz singer, from 2012 she is part of the experimental music choir CoroDelantal (Madrid). As a professor, she teaches Staging in the Master Soloist Performance at the High Conservatory Katarina Gurska in Madrid. Currently, she is studying transverse flute.