She graduated in Geography and History from the University of Seville in 2009. She is currently completing her final master’s degree project in archaeology. The subject of the project is the Turdetana pottery in the Patio de Banderas, in the Real Alcazar of Seville, where she has also been involved in the excavation of the site. She has participated in several excavations including those at the “Iglesia Colegial del Salvador", the “Mercado de la Encarnación” and “Dolmen ‘Cañada Real’” in Los Molares, all of which are in Seville. She has also worked on the medieval settlement at “Saint-Ursin Fosses” in Courseulles-sur-Mer, Normandy, and on the "Fuente Nueva 3" site in Orce, Granada.
Reyes has completed several courses and seminars ranging from research into prehistoric ceramics to a study of the Silk Road, but mainly the graduate course "Descriptive Anatomy applied to archaeology" in the Forensic Anatomical Institute of Seville, and introductory courses in hieroglyphic writing.
She is currently working as an archaeologist at various sites in Seville.