Luz, french photographer, born in 1978 in Angers, France.
Luz entered the artistic world as a model but she quickly evolved by becoming herself the one looking from behind the lens. At the age of 20 she exhibited her first pictures in Nancy and Paris. Her nickname "Luz" has been given to her when she exhibited at the Carré d'Or in Paris. Being her first name Ludivine, Luz (light in Spanish) came to her very naturally in accordance to her profession as a photographer.
Since her Parisian show her pictures have been included in several collective exhibitions such as the one at the Mougins Photography Museum in Southern France. She even made it to Monaco where the Galerie du Forum Kamil organised her very first solo exhibition while promoting her work book "Photographies - Luz" that presented 150 selected pieces among her vast body of work. In 2003, she joined Princess Stéphanie of Monaco in the association "Femmes face au Sida" (women facing Aids) to show her support to the cause.
In 2005, the Galerie du Forum Kamil presented one of her major creations, "L'Ange" at the Sporting d'Hiver in Monaco to fundraise the Association Monaco Aid et Présence. This piece had a great impact on art specialists inasmuch as her work has now been included into the permanent collection of the Mougin's Musée de Photographie.