Born and raised in Brazil, Diogo Loureiro works together with his wife Joice Vicente. They specialize in the use of natural light in their photography. The light used is the light available at the time and this has contributed to Diogo's photography carrying a unique natural quality.
The son of a biologist, Diogo brings to his craft the simplicity of contact with nature; his photographs exude light and poetry in every way.
He has an internationally awarded authorial work, recently received nominations for the 2017 Golden Lens, (considered the Oscar of photography) in two categories: "Family Photographer of the Year" and "Most Awarded of the Year".
A member of NAPCP since 2013, Diogo is highly involved in the association and serves as a NAPCP Ambassador in Brazil, hosting gatherings, and promoting and representing the association in his country.
Additionally, Diogo has a photo project with his wife, photographing families from other countries and on other continents. Through this personal project, Diogo has come to the realization that although people have very different customs and cultures, family ties are similar all over the world. Love is a universal language. Diogo believes that connection is the key to telling true stories!
Diogo has been featured as a speaker at some of the most important and respected photography conferences in Brazil. In 2018 he is debuting his first photography workshop, Meraki. The Greek translation of "meraki" means: "the action of doing things with the soul". In addition to subjects such as light, technique and direction, Diogo will also teach on intangibles such as love, essence, connection, poetry, stories and meaning. He believes that blending the tangible with the intangible brings great value to photography, captivating current and future clients.