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 covered the crime beat for online news site Rappler, where she documented the on-going war on drugs in the Philippines.

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

For assignments and inquiries, contact:



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