Based in São Paulo/BR, Fabiolla Loureiro has been working as a photographer since 2009. In the beginning she mainly explored fashion and nude. But in the last few years became obsessed with travels (over 30 countries), and found herself involved with the freedom and opportunity that this kind of photography allows. We realize in her street photography the practice of natural light, rain, silhouettes, high contrasts and cold nights. The preference with black and white comes from her inspiration, such as Brassaï, Robert Capa, Robert Doisneau, Saul Leiter, Daido Moriyama, Elliott Erwitt, Sabine Weiss, Willy Ronis. Urban chaos and the period between wars are also a constant source of study and reference. In addition, Fabiolla is one of the permanent artists of Andreus Gallery/SP and since 2017 participates in an architecture/design project with Casa Portoro. In this project, she has more than 40 photos in exhibition, different measures, that are part of a few ambiances in the house in collaboration with some of the biggest names of architecture in Brazil. In the last 2  years she had exhibitions that happened in London, Bologna, Madrid and Paris, and now in March again in Italy. Her first 3 individuals happened in 2016 in SP. In January 2018, was selected as one of the members of Contemporary Art Curator, an online contemporary art magazine, where it covers visual arts events and connects artists from all over the world, and also part of Art Productions New York, a network of representation for artists with prestigious standards and vision. Last year she returned to write about her travel experiences for European Travel Magazine and launched her own blog sharing her influences and point of view on photography. In all those years, Fabiolla studied only 3 months at Focus Photography in São Paulo, being an autodidact artist. Now in January 2019, received the Artist of the Year Award from the Circle Foundation for the Arts in Lyon and is officially represented by Circle Foundation in Europe, and in April, won the Excellence Award from Trevisan International Art in Bologna.