Jamie Morgan is a British photographer who gained recognition for his work with the groundbreaking Buffalo collective. Morgan co-founded Buffalo with stylist Ray Petri, a group of like-minded creatives whose images are said to have changed the nature of modern fashion photography. Buffalo was the subject of a major exhibition at London's V&A Museum, which was accompanied by the publication of the heavily referenced Buffalo book. Morgan progressed into filmmaking, working on many influential music videos and fashion films. He has also directed three feature length documentaries and was awarded at Robert De Niro’s Tribeca film festival. He continues to shoot both stills and moving image for high-end fashion magazines likes Pop, Arena Homme+, Dazed and Confused, i-D Magazine, Vogue and Carine Roitfeld's CR fashion book, also producing commercial work for brands and working on his personal projects.
“Buffalo and Morgan were the most successful and influential image creators of their generation, defining the look of an entire era. A new style was born that still dominates to this day.” Dazed and Confused
"Morgan’s work can be characterised as contemporary portraiture. Inspired by classicism, yet utterly modern in his choice of casting, cultural comment and fashion interpretation. Each image is a graphic statement. Though modern in feel, they are also timeless.” The Observer.