"Found In A Sea Of Faces" is the first book of underwater images from renowned marine life photographer Barry Kulick. A collection of anthropomorphic portraiture that has taken 20 years to create, “Found In A Sea Of Faces” contains images from around the world, and includes subjects ranging from a minute Pygmy Sea Horse to majestic Great White Sharks.
A long time sport diver, Barry Kulick sold his guitar making business in 1988 and turned his hobby into his current career as a marine life photographer. During the past twenty-two years he has had the opportunity to travel the world with his cameras to capture images of a wide variety of marine subjects: ranging in diversity from minute Pygmy Sea Horses to enormous Great White Sharks, from the murky confines of ancient shipwrecks to the vibrant color and ceaseless activity of majestic coral reefs. Hundreds of his still images have appeared throughout North, South, and Central America, Europe, and Australia in books, magazines, advertisements, newspapers, postcards, puzzles, posters, computer software, art galleries, corporate and government publications, and private collections. Originally from New York City, Barry Kulick now lives in Miami, Florida with his wife Miriam, and their young son, Alexander.