Lou Peralta is a Mexican photographer born in 1964. In 2017 she decided to devote herself full time to contemporary photography. That same year, in a call for entries entitled “Women photographers in Latin America,” the magazine VISOR selected her in the conceptual category for her series “Disassemble.”
Lou earned an undergraduate degree in graphic design with a major in editorial design from the Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City. She completed a specialty course in contemporary photography at the Node Center for Curatorial Studies Online, after signing up for a professionalization program for up-and-coming artists previously.
I started using an X-Pro1 in 2012, and was instantly captivated by the X Series. Since then I began the process of gradually migrated 100% of my equipment to Fujifilm. As a visual artist, I find the GFX camera to be a tremendous ally.