Ada Trillo is an interdisciplinary artist who lives and works in Philadelphia. Having grown-up in Juarez, Mexico, she is deeply troubled by the social problems affecting women of the border towns. Trillo’s current work is a photo documentary exposé of low-cost sex workers in Mexico. The series includes a collection of photos taken in the brothels there, deglamorizing prostitution and showing the dehumanizing conditions of their work. Trillo’s photographs have been featured in The Huffington Post, CBS Philly, Al Dia News, and Telemundo 51 - recently, they have been included in the Philadelphia Museum of Art's permanent collection and selected Best Series in the Black and White International Awards.  She studied in Italy and Philadelphia, and her work has been shown in solo, two-person, and group exhibitions. Trillo speaks at conferences and universities, regarding women’s issues and human trafficking. Her work is represented by Racso Fine Arts and Twenty-Two Gallery.