All work is an ongoing exploration of light, life and possibly a personal emotional insight. 

Creation is a never ending process!

​Jiménez-Dabdoub signs her phtographic work  as
Lily Dabdoub
her work has been exhibited in collective exhibitions at UNAM and independent galleries in Mexico City and now:

for the first time her work will be exhibited internationally

this winter at The Square Gallery London

December 9th to 11th, 2016. 

Curated by Giovanna Violi,

Colourful Greys: Liminal spaces between life and death, appreciation and appropiation 

is centered on the theme of Día de los Muertos and cultural appropriation.​
Interestingly, Lily's first photography published was "El de Bigotes", within the subject of Día de Muertos. From 
UNAM's annual photocontest of the Mega Ofrenda, this photography was chosen to be published on:

Fernández Varela, A. (Coord.) (2012). Décimo Cuarto Festival Universitario de Día de Muertos. Homenaje a Jorge Luis Borges, Megaofrenda 2011. UNAM: DGACU. (ISBN: 978-607-02-3749-2). (Pág. 43).

​​photograpic series: Confluencias Citadinas (City Confluences)

Exhibited in Mexico City on November 2015.