Bruno was born in 1984 and he is a Lisbon based photojournalist and documentary photographer.
He studied at the Portuguese Institute of Photography, after what he was accepted for an internship at the largest circulation Portuguese newspaper, Correio da Manhã.
His images have been published in several Portuguese publications (Correio da Manhã, Jornal de Negócios, Sábado, Record, O Jogo) as well as abroad (The Denver Post, Die Zeit, National Geographic Servia, National Geographic Czech Republic, CTXT, Marca, Maariv, VG, 6 Mois).
In the last years Bruno has been dedicating his time to long-term projects reporting social and cultural issues, alongside with photojournalism.
- 2016 – Portraits Series Award at ESTAÇÃO IMAGEM (Portuguese Press Photo Awards) with the project “From Chernobyl with Love”
– 2016 – Photo of the Year honorable mention, ESTAÇÃO IMAGEM (Portuguese Press Photo Awards) with a portrait of the Portuguese Prime Minister António Costa
- 2016 – Winner of the BF16 – Local Award, with the project “The Condo: consequences of a long-term financial crisis”
Bruno was born in 1984 and he is a freelance photojournalist based in Lisbon, Portugal and graduate of the Portuguese Institute of Photography.
In 2006 after finishing an internship at a Portuguese newspaper he began working as a freelance photojournalist and his images have since then been published in several national publications (Correio da Manhã, Expresso, Jornal de Negócios, Sábado, Record) as well as abroad (Denver Post, Marca, Maariv, VG, 6 Mois).
In his earlier years as a photographer he had a great passion about nature and wildlife thematics, however his ever growing contact with hard news about severe financial and social crisis affecting Portugal shifted his interests and in the last years Bruno has been trying to dedicate his time to long-term projects reporting social issues, alongside with photojournalism.
Photographer Bruno Colaço published on the german edition of “Die Zeit” newspaper, in an article that refers to economic,
The Bella Guarda condo, located on the outskirts of Lisbon was presented in March 2006. The project, consisting of two blocks and 75 apartments offered to its future owners ab privileged view over the Tagus River