Corey Arnold is a photographer and commercial fisherman by trade. Working as a deckhand in Alaska since 1995, he spent seven years aboard the Bering Sea crabbing vessel f/v Rollo. He now captains a wild sockeye salmon fishing operation based out of an abandoned cannery complex called Graveyard Point. His life’s work: Fish-Work is an ongoing series documenting commercial fishing worldwide.
His photographs have been exhibited widely and published in The New Yorker, The Paris Review, Time, NY Times LENS, California Sunday Magazine, Outside, Esquire, Monster Children, and Juxtapoz, among others. Nazraeli Press has published two books including a monograph entitled Fish-Work: The Bering Sea in 2011.
Courtesy of Richard Heller Gallery