Fish-Work in French GEO Magazine

I was recently interviewed for the August 2012 issue of GEO Magazine in France.  They put together this nice 8 page layout of Images text by Donatien Garnier about my FISH-WORK series.  Nice people over there… thanks!

coreyfishes editorial interview

photo: Corey Arnold

photos: Corey Arnold

photos: Corey Arnold

photos: Corey Arnold

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