María Luz Bravo
María Luz Bravo (Puebla, Mexico 1975) is a Mexican architect and photographer graduated from the Universidad de las Américas Puebla. Initially, his photographic exploration focused on the intimacy of the subjects photographed, as well as on the documentation of his own daily context, developing autobiographical series and his immediate family circle.
In 2007 she participated in the 59th edition of the Missouri Photo Workshop, where she focused his efforts on developing stories that intimately and faithfully represented his subjects. In 2008, she was selected to participate in the Contemporary Photography Seminar of the Image Center under the tutorship of Gustavo Prado and Ana Casas Broda.From this experience she expands and evolves his way of documenting away from traditional documentary towards a more refined and contemporary vision.
Focusing mainly on the contemporary urban landscape, cities in conflict, political-territorial limits and community residence. María Luz work has been published in several magazines of national circulation as well as the cover of books and electronic media; It has been exhibited in Mexico City, the United States and Europe.In New Haven, Ct, she documents social inequalities in the North American Northwest at the same time that he takes classes independently at Yale University with teachers like Tod Papageorge and Benjamin Donaldson among others.