Kim Kulish has long been committed to maintaining his place at the forefront of the latest issues and trends, whether covering national news stories or capturing images of some of the world's business leaders. His interest in photography began as early as age 11 (when he received a camera -- instead of a motor scooter -- as a gift) and led him to the University of Florida, where he earned a degree in journalism and garnered a number of prestigious photography internships and awards, and worked on projects that later earned staff Pulitzer Prizes, including the distinguished Award for Public Service. As a photojournalist, Kim documented major news events including the Columbine tragedy, the birth of the Iowa septuplets, the Pope’s historic visit to Cuba, the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Malibu brushfires, earthquakes and the 1992 Los Angeles riots. One of Kim’s riot photos was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize. The business world continues to be one of Kim’s areas of concentration, and he has photographed a number of CEOs for magazine cover portraits and more in-depth, “day-in-the life” style stories. Based in the Bay Area, Kim is conveniently located to San Francisco, the Silicon Valley and the Napa and Sonoma Valley Wine Country. Kim looks forward to bringing his skills and insight to your upcoming photographic projects.