Leticia joined The Fine Art Group in 2014, and was appointed Vice President, Australia for The Fine Art Group in 2022. With over a decade of experience in the art world, Leticia uses her extensive expertise to assist private and corporate clients with the management, building and development of their art and tangible asset collections. Since joining The Fine Art Group, Leticia has built several notable international collections. In 2019, Leticia led for The Fine Art Group on Maharajas & Mughal Magnificence, a world record sale of Indian art and Mughal objects that achieved $109 million. Leticia also managed the $10 million sale of the Juffali collection, including the largest ever house sale at Bonhams which hammered at $7.14 million.

Leticia also assists with jewelry acquisitions and sales, having handled some of the world’s finest gemstones and jewels including a variety of diamonds, colored stones, and jewelry from the leading design houses. Notably, Leticia aided with the sale of the Cartier ‘Sky Blue Diamond’ for $18 million.

Leticia graduated with a First Class BA (Hons) in the History of Art & Visual Studies from the University of Manchester. She worked at an auction house in New Zealand before returning to London to intern at the Thomas Dane Gallery and Sotheby’s. On the Graduate Programme at Christie’s, she worked in the Old Masters, Impressionist & Modern and Post-War & Contemporary departments. Leticia has since earned her Applied Jewelry Professional Diploma from the GIA.