19.03.12 by Jeff

Corey Arnold

Photographer Corey Arnold
“Wolf Tide” at Richard Heller Gallery, photos by Corey Arnold.

Photographer Corey Arnold

Photographer Corey Arnold

Photographer Corey Arnold

Photographer Corey Arnold

Photographer Corey Arnold

Photographer Corey Arnold

Photographer Corey Arnold

Photographer Corey Arnold

It appears his website currently down!

 

via: my love for you

interview: juxtapoz

more images: richard heller gallery

 

 













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Erin

    Holy crap these are gorgeous and dramatic.

  • http://www.mcacoinc.com Mark

    These are great. Love the “sea landscape” – 2nd to last image.

  • TOASTRANDER

    EVERY SINGLE ONE IS FUCKING INCREDIBLE

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ Jeff

      that about sums it up

  • http://onebreadcrumb.blogspot.com/ Ashraf

    Holy shit! Gorgeous. This experience must be amazing on massive, massive prints. just WOW.

  • alice

    I will always love him.

  • lepetitefaon

    wowza, I love the quiet shot of that single fin, so so beautiful and delicate





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