Eloisa Lopez is a photojournalist based in Manila, who takes special interest in stories on human rights, women, and religion.

After graduating at the De La Salle University in 2015, Lopez worked as a photo correspondent for Philippine Daily Inquirer, and a contributor for UCANews.

In 2017, she became the metro beat reporter of Rappler, where she documented the on-going war on drugs in the Philippines, in both text and photos.

In late 2018, Lopez joined Reuters as a contract photographer, covering breaking news.

For assignments and inquiries, contact:

eloisaalopez@gmail.com (that's two a's after s)


Meet the Female Nightcrawlers of Manila, TOPIC

The Night Weeps, The Philippine Star

'Have We Opened the Gates of Hell With Our Images?', The Atlantic

Philippines Drug War: Photographers on Most Powerful Images, TIME


2018 The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting

2018 The Authority Collective: 30 Under-the-Radar Photographers

2018 World Press Photo Festival / Amsterdam, Netherlands

2017 Foreign Correspondents Club of Thailand / Bangkok, Thailand 

2017 Prix-Bayeux Festival / Normandy, France 

2017 ActiveVista / Philippines

2017 WARM Festival / Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herezegovina

2017 World Council of Churches / Geneva, Switzerland