Karis Beaumont is a British-born Jamaican photographer & creative director from Hertfordshire.

Known for her signature brown tones & emotive style, her work primarily explores beauty & culture. Within these themes, Beaumont emphasises the nuances, authenticity and community within her subjects. Her ability to capture intimacy is revered & distinct, and achieves this with both digital & film.

Beaumont is the founder of Bumpkin Files, a documentation, archive and community resource centred around Black life in Britain beyond the London-centric narrative.

Select Clients
Rolling Stone, The New York Times, The Guardian, WeTransfer, NIKE, Wonderland, Nataal Media, SHAÉ UNIVERSE, Sony Music, Levi's, SSENSE, Pinterest, Netflix, Uber, Cantu Beauty, Footlocker, Cineworld, Lazy Oaf, GUAP Magazine, deeds Magazine, Yellowzine, The Telegraph, Pause Mag, Afropunk, Tonl

Selected Group Exhibitions
Humour as Black Experience x Gallery OCA | Royal Institute of International Affairs, Chatham House. London (2023)
Blk Bxy Joy | Photofusion, London (2022)
Transforming Legacies | Black Cultural Archives, London (2020)
Evolution of Black British Culture x GUAP Mag | The Photographer's Gallery, London (2019)

CV available on request

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