The dangerous and unbelievable lives of fisherman on Alaska's Bering Sea
photographer Corey Arnold left behind a poor economy in San Francisco and headed up to Alaska to try his luck at his longtime passion of fishing.
Arnold, who had worked summers during college on a salmon boat in Alaska, signed on to the f/v Rollo, a crabbing boat that fishes in the dangerous Bering Sea.
While working long, strenuous hours on the Rollo, Arnold often stole away with the captain's permission to grab his camera and photograph the crew and the ship.
Arnold eventually put together "Fish Work: Bering Sea," a documentation of his seven adventurous and dicey crab seasons aboard the Rollo.
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