In 2003 she presented “ETHOS”, black and white photography about portraits in tauromaquia. This book received the Golden Award at the XI “Theobaldo de Nigris” Latin American Graphic Products Competition in 2004, held in Mexico City, Mexico.
Her first book, “EL ESCONDRIJO DEL TORO”, was published in 1998; a photographic journey about the life of fighting bulls in the wonderful landscapes of the Andes mountains as a backdrop.
Anamaria has participated in individual and collective exhibitions in Latin America, the United States, and Europe. Some of the most important of these include : "El Final de la Aventura", collective exhibition, CEART, Madrid-Spain (July 2016)"; “Une vision graphique feminine” a collective exhibition held Â lËspace Culturel Pablo Romero, Nimes - Francia (May-June 2014) ; “Audiovisual exhibition Jose Tomás en solitario”, Aula Magna del Convento de San Francisco, Quito (December 2013) ; “Regards de toreros”, Château de la Tuilerie, Nimes-Francia (December 2012) ; “Mano a Mano a La Féria des Vendanges”, Nimes - Francia, (September 2012) ; “Africa”, individual exhibition, Centro Cultural Metropolitano, Quito (September 2010) ; “Gestos Jondos”, an individual exhibition held in Quito (Nov 2009) ; “Bloom” , an individual exhibition about flowers along the Equator held in Quito (September 2008); “Shapes, Colors, and Textures”, an exhibition held at the AH Design showroom in Miami, during Art Basel(November 2008) ; “Ethos”, an individual exhibition held in the Main Gallery at the Plaza de Las Ventas, Madrid (May 2005); “Cuento Ecuatoriano”, Madrid, Spain, in the main exhibition hall of the Canal de Isabel II (September to December 2003) sponsored by the city government; “Exposición simultánea Francia – Ecuador”, Quito – Lyon, an innovative virtual encounter between the two cities (May 2002); “Desnudando el Alma”, an individual exhibition held in the Museo de la Cuidad in Quito and Guayaquil (December 2000); “Luces y Sombras”, individual exhibition held in Quito (November 1997) and “Woman’s Eye”, a collective exhibition held at the FLACSO (Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales) in Quito (October 1996).