Corey Arnold is a photographer and commercial fisherman exploring mankind’s complicated relationship with nature. His recent work documents how urban wildlife such as raccoons, coyotes, and bears are adapting to the human landscape in America.
Arnold’s photography has been exhibited extensively in galleries and museums worldwide, as well as in Harper’s, The New Yorker, The New York Times, Rolling Stone, TIME, Outside, Smithsonian Magazine, and The Paris Review, among others. Arnold is based in the Columbia River Gorge in Washington where he is teaching his toddlers the fine art of rural animal tracking.
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