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Corey Arnold (b.1976) resides in Portland, Oregon and has spent over 15 seasons working seasonally as a commercial fisherman in Alaska. He frequently travels abroad chronicling the lifestyle of commercial fishermen, a project entitled Fish-Work. Arnold received a BFA in photography at the Academy of Art in San Francisco. His work has been exhibited worldwide and he has published two books with Nazraeli Press, including Fish-Work: The Bering Sea (2011) and Fishing with My Dad 1978-1995 (2011). Arnold was chosen for the 2010 Portland Biennial, nominated for the Santa Fe Prize for Photography and named one of Photo District News’ top 30 emerging photographers in 2009. His work is represented by Charles A. Hartman Fine Art (Portland, OR) and Richard Heller Gallery (Santa Monica, CA).
Posted on Monday, February 6, 2012.
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