Born and raised along the border between Juarez and El Paso, Trillo (she/her) documents the migration of people through Central America and the US-Mexico border while traveling alongside her subjects through dangerous conditions. She typically exhibits images in black and white, which she says places the focus on her protagonists and captures “the spark, the feelings in their eyes...The colors in Latin America are loud, and I want the focus of my photographs to be on my protagonists, not on their environments.” Trillo’s first monograph, La Caravana Del Diablo: On the Run from the Northern Triangle to America, chronicles seven years of migrations along the US-Mexico border. Her work is held in the permanent collections of the Library of Congress, Philadelphia Museum of Art, and the Los Angeles Museum of Social Justice and has been exhibited internationally. She has received awards from the British Journal of Photography, Center of Photographic Arts, and Tokyo International Foto Awards, among others. Trillo earned a BA from Drexel University.