Since the childhood, Corey Arnold was engaged in the fishery business: at first as a hobby with his father and later professionally. Corey spent hundreds of days and nights in the open sea. But he had another passion — photography. He took a camera with him on board and shot everything he could see.
Over time, the hobby grew into something more, and Arnold opened his own exhibition called "Aleutian Dreams." Here are the most striking and recent Corey's works. Most of the pictures were taken at the Bering Sea.
"I want to show people where our food comes from, and how peacefully commercial fishing and ecology can co-exist," Arnold said.