Paul Vincent Kuntz is an award winning Houston-based documentary photographer whose work has been exhibited in fine art galleries internationally. His career has spanned more than thirty years. From documenting culturally rich neighborhoods in Houston to religious pilgrimages in Bosnia, he has always respectfully and creatively captured the passion of the human spirt.
His photographs are in the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts (Houston), Museet for Fotokunst (Odense, Denmark), and in various private collections, including that of the late Helmut Gernsheim (Lugano, Switzerland). In 2012 his work was featured in the photographic exhibition “The Birth of Photography - Highlights of the Gernsheim Collection” at the Reiss-Englehorn Museum in Mannheim, Germany. This was a career-high moment in that the exhibition also included the world's first recorded photographic image by Joseph Nicéphore Niépce from 1826.