Grace Bukunmi is a photographer, creative director and stylist who is also sought after as a lifestyle, fashion + travel influencer.
Bukunmi launched her freelance photography career with commissioned work from Elle, Highsnobiety, Hypebeast & Complex while growing a styling portfolio that includes musicians Martin Garrix and Alicia Keys & brands such as Nike and Target. Most recently, her photoshoots, artwork, interviews & features can be found on the pages of Vogue, Teen Vogue, OkayPlayer, Fader, Milk, Dazed, Popsugar, Complex, Galore, Ladygunn, Refinery29, AfroPunk, NY Times and The Cut or stowed within the visual archives at brands such as VSCO, Reebok Adidas, Motorola Solutions and Diesel. As an influencer, she has fronted campaigns for brands including Amex, Dirty Lemon, Jagermeister, Polaroid and Tumi.
She has also provided multi-platform social coverage at several major music and art festivals for both publishers and brands. Her interviews for both types of clients range from popstars such as Ashanti and Sabrina Claudio to artists such as Migos and Travis Scott.
Her most recent work centers around the female gaze and identities of otherness which has found her at the forefront of social justice organizations including Unity in Color, Magic in her Melanin and Nasty Women Portraits.
The thread that ties Bukunmi’s work is her fascination with finding beauty and light in every form of humanity,
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