is a photographer and commercial fisherman. Since the days of childhood outings with his father trolling for tuna off the coast of California, he has been photographing the relationship between people and the sea. It has since grown into a life-long project entitled Fish-Work, an effort to chronicle the lives of commercial fishermen around the world.
His photographs have been exhibited internationally and have been featured in The New Yorker, American Photo, The Paris Review, Audubon, Rolling Stone, Wired, Outside, National Geographic, NYT Lens Blog, and PDN, among other publications. He has published two books with Nazraeli Press: Fish-Work: The Bering Sea and Fishing with My Dad 1978-1995. Corey is represented by Charles A. Hartman Fine Art in Portland, Richard Heller Gallery in Santa Monica and commercially by Redeye Represents in Los Angeles.
Each summer he runs a wild salmon fishing operation out of an abandoned cannery near Bristol Bay, Alaska. He spends his winters in Portland, Oregon where he keeps his skateboard and his plus-sized cat.
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