Her first contact with photography began during her training as a restorer where photography was an essential tool in the restoration process.
Photos with ultraviolet rays, infrared, oblique light, X-rays, etc. were and remain necessary to the analysis of the state of conservation of artworks. That’s where Carrion began to look and see ‘invisible’ images experimenting with lights.
“Photography in those years was analog and ended the process in the famous dark room. But my hobby has arisen with digitization, from my point of view, it gives you much more freedom when playing with the lights”