Event Recap: PWP Virtual Member Meeting with Ada Trillo & Morgan Lloyd

6:30: Announcements

6:35: Curtain Raiser

6:45: Presentation by Ada Trillo & Morgan Lloyd

The zoom meeting info will be emailed on April 6th to all PWP members with current/paid up memberships. 


Ada Trillo is a Philadelphia-based photographer, native to the Juarez-El Paso binational metroplex. In her work, she focuses on borders of inclusion and exclusion as they are experienced through people in forced prostitution; climate and violence-related international migration; and long-standing borders of race and class. Through the elements of documentary and fine art photography, Trillo lays bare our common humanity and dignity and brings attention to the impact borders have on exploited and marginalized people by amplifying their voices. Trillo’s work is in the permanent collection of the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

She is the recipient of the Female In Focus 2020 best series award, and was recently featured in The Guardian, Vogue, Smithsonian Magazine, and Mother Jones, among other publications. She has also been awarded The Me & Eve Grant with the Center of Photographic Arts in Santa Fe and received First Place in Editorial with the Tokyo International Foto Awards. Trillo has exhibited both nationally and internationally in NYC, Philadelphia, Luxembourg, England, Italy, and Germany. She holds degrees from the Istituto Marangoni in Milan and Drexel University in Philadelphia.


Morgan Lloyd is a writer, orator, and creative from the Philadelphia area. Her work advocates for diversity within the contemporary art space.

Previously a member of the InLiquid Gallery editorial team, Morgan now works as a freelance and ghostwriter.Over the last five years, she has spoken at several local events and galas. Recently, she spoke at Fliesher Art Memorial to discuss the BLM protests. The talk focused on photographers providing subjects a control of their own narratives. 

She is an Art History undergrad student.