Lives and works in New Haven, Ct.
She is an architect and Mexican photographer graduated from the University of the Americas Puebla.
Initially, her photographic exploration focused on the intimacy of the subjects photographed, as well as in the documentation of her own daily context developing series of autobiographical cut and of his immediate familiar circle.
In 2007, she also participated in the 59th edition of Missouri Photo Workshop, where she focused her efforts on developing stories that intimately and faithfully represent her subjects. In 2008, she was selected to participate in the Seminar on Contemporary Photography at the Center of the Image under the tutoring of Gustavo Prado and Ana Casas Broda.
From this experience, she expands and evolves her way of documenting away traditional documentary towards a more refined and contemporary vision. Focusing mainly on the contemporary urban landscape, cities in conflict, political-territorial boundaries and community residence. The work of María Luz has been published in various magazines of national circulation as well as the cover of books and electronic media. She exhibited in Mexico City, the United States and Europe.
In New Haven, Ct, she documented social inequalities in North American at the same time that she took classes independently at Yale University with teachers like Tod Papageorge and Benjamin Donaldson among others.