Buki Koshoni is an award-winning Director & Photographer.

Fashion + Portrait + Reportage. A visual storyteller seeking moments of truth.

His works uses a varied practice of photography, film, and sound taking a compelling and intimate approach to his subjects, a unique exploration of both human condition & culture.

An experienced Content Creator, collaborating with Agencies + Brands & Artists to create visually captivating stories that engage, excite and challenge.

A creative storyteller, dedicated to culturally diverse, entertaining & socially engaging projects.

In addition to commissions for The Sunday Times, The Independent and Vanity Fair, he has exhibited both nationally and internationally. Most notably, as a Taylor Wessing Portrait finalist with the National Portrait Gallery, marking his status as a world-class portrait photographer & as a Gold Medal winner with GOSEE Berlin.

His film Winds of Change was inspired by it being the time to change the visual language, tell our stories, from our perspective. Raise our voices and be heard, champion our narratives and be seen.

To redress the cultural and ethnic balance in mainstream art, fashion and film, as it relates to visual communication. To speak our cultural truth and champion the black & ethnic aesthetic, as it pertains to fashion, art, and culture at large.


Directed: Buki Koshoni
Cam OP: Daniel John