A collection of Kevin Kuster's best photography in one book.
When not performing my covert operations for the FBI, I spend my free time saving baby harp seals in the Arctic. I frolic, I weave, I connect dots, I carve soap sculptors and I am a part-time Lego artist. Although there is no known record of it, I once won the Nobel peace prize for my ground breaking and innovative designs with shelf-paper. I spotted, trapped and released Big Foot while camping on the Yukon River. I never buckle my seat belt while on a plane. I saw the real Jim Morrison perform live last week in a small hotel bar in San Juan, Puerto Rico. He sang, Don’t Get Around Much Anymore. I refuse to allow gravity to affect me. I fly a Pegasus to save on gas. I was employed at Playboy Magazine for 18 years and served as the Senior Photography Editor. Currently, I am a photographer at Creator Gallery in and Chief Editor at @joshjohnson.