Kevin Kunishi has been based in the San Francisco Bay Area since 2004, where he continues to work on numerous projects both at home and around the globe. His book Los Restos de la Revolucion (Remains of the Revolution), was published in 2012 by Daylight Books, in which Kunishi documents the artifacts and lingering realities of the civil war in Nicaragua. His work has been recognized by numerous organizations and publications, including the New Yorker, American Photo Magazine, Sunday Telegraph, the International Photography Awards,VICE, the New York Photo Festival, AI-AP, ONWARD, Photo District News, CENTER, Photolucida, Monocle, Fast Company, CMYK Magazine, Photographer’s Forum and Prix de la Photographie, Paris (PX3). His work has been shown nationally at Project Basho in Philadelphia, PA, Rayko Photo Center in San Francisco, CA, the Detroit Center for Contemporary Photography, the Corcoran Gallery in Washington, D.C. and the Jen Bekman Gallery in New York. In 2011 he was the honorary recipient of the Blue Earth Alliance Award for Best Photography Project, an award that honors projects that demonstrate excellence in the field of photography.