Corey Arnold

National Geographic Explorer 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 work has been exhibited extensively in galleries and museums worldwide, and his photography has been featured in Harper’s Magazine, the New Yorker, New York Times, National Geographic, Time, Outside, Smithsonian, and the Paris Review, among others. Arnold is based in the Columbia River Gorge in Washington, where he’s teaching his toddlers the fine art of rural animal tracking.

Archive Exhibitions Featuring Corey Arnold

Urban Wildlife

Washington Street and Prospect Street
 archive : 2023

As lines have blurred between nature and city in the United States, we’ve created the perfect sanctuaries for urban carnivores. Here’s why.

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