Maria Luz Bravo (1975, México) is a Mexican photographer who holds a degree in Architecture and an MA in New Media Photojournalism from George Washington University..
Her body of work revolves on the use of space, both urban and architectural in the contemporary urban landscape to highlight major social phenomena, focusing primarily on cities in conflict, social inequality, political boundaries and community resilience.
In Mexico, she has photographed the effects of violence in Ciudad Juarez and the political boundaries of México City. In the U.S. she has documented urban decline and racial and socio-economic contrasts mainly on the east coast.
Her work has been exhibited and published in Mexico, the USA, and Europe.
Maria Luz lives and works between Mexico City and Washington DC.