Rodrigo Koraicho is a multidisciplinary artist based in São Paulo, Brazil. Born in 1985, he graduated in Social Communication from the University of Fine Arts in São Paulo. He also holds a master's degree in Aesthetics and History of Art from the University of São Paulo.

Koraicho started his path in photography in 2004, creating personal essays and working in various fields of photography. His work explores the complexities of modern civilization, seeking to challenge the boundaries between visual narratives, authorship, and documentary potential in photography. He works mainly with photography but also expands his work to installations, video, poetry, sounds, and objects.

His work is part of private and institutional collections in Brazil. He has held solo and group exhibitions at institutions such as the History Miami Museum, Leica Gallery (Warsaw), Museum Afro Brazil, Unibes Cultural, and DOC Gallery.

Recent awards include the Leica Photo Contest, Prix de la Photographie, Lensculture Portrait Awards (finalist), IMA-Next, and the Moscow International Foto Awards. In 2022 he was the winner of the Miami Street Photography Festival.

His work has been published in Ain't Bad Magazine, The Guardian, Fish Eye Magazine, The New Voice, Forbes Magazine, Quatro Cinco Um Magazine, among others.