Kai Yokoyama is a photographer based in Tokyo, Japan. Starting out as an architecture student at Saitama University, he switched his major to photography and completed his studies at Tokyo College of Photography.
He has traveled the world photographing refugees, children with disabilities, and victims of terrorism. In recent years, having lived abroad, he has been photographing foreigners living in Japan. His works have been published such as The Washington Post and Marie Claire Italy.
Yokoyama's work has been awarded first place in the LensCulture/Journeys series category(2020)
In 2020, he participates in #ICPConcerned exhibition at ICP, Home Museum exhibition at LagosPhoto, and the online exhibition at PHmuseum.
Also, he receives Yumi Goto(RPS)'s a one-year mentorship program in Tokyo.
Recently, he has been shortlisted for the 2020 Emerging Artist Scholarship in Lucie Foundation.
He is a member of Native Agency and Diversify Photo.