Larry Monserate Piojo is a Philippine-based photographer, born and raised in Hinigaran, Negros Occidental. His photography  span from documentary, photojournalism, street, travel, portraitures, editorial, commercial, and corporate.
His ongoing documentary project captures the daily ordeal of commuters in Metro Manila. As a photojournalist, he is a regular contributor to local and international news outlets and photo agencies such ABS-CBN News and SIPA Press USA. His documentary works include projects for UNICEF, Word Wide Fund (WWF), Oxfam, and Philippine Center for Investigative Journalism. He is also a board member of the Photojournalists' Center of the Philippines (PCP).
His photographs have been published in several local and international online and print publications such as EyeEm Magazine, APF Magazine, I-Mag Photography Magazine, and Digital Photographer Philippines (DPP) which he has been a contributor for almost a decade. He has also partnered with various advertising agencies including Ogilvy Philippines, 90Seconds, OP Communications, VMLY&R Philippines, ICONS Celebrity Marketing, NuMedia, and Ideas for Good, to name a few.
His editorial and corporate works include projects for Asian Institute of Management, Huawei Mobile Philippines, United Coconut Planters Bank (UCPB), BPI MS, Robinsons Bank, Commission on Audit (COA), Philippine National Oil Company (PNOC), Philippine Ports Authority (PPA), SMC Lighterage and Shipping Corp, Northern Star Energy Corporation, Philippine Society of General Surgeons, Inc., ABS-CBN Global Lifestyle Network, Esquire Philippines, University of Santo Tomas School of Medicine, St. Luke's Medical Center, North Star Meat Merchants, Inc., Basa Bookstore, Cradle Magazine, Casio Exelim for Camerahaus, and Sweven Publishing.

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