The Karman line, lies at an altitude of 100 kilometres (62 mi) above the Earth's sea level, and is commonly used to define the boundary between the earth's atmosphere and outer space.


Raised an Alleghenian on Brilliant Avenue just outside Pittsburgh, PA. Played basketball at University of Vermont, BA in English & Art. Ex-pat and professional power forward for 10 years in the Netherlands, won 3 Dutch championships playing for a team called the Eiffel Towers, no joke. Tore my ACL, shot a feature length film on 16mm, Westless American, edited it on a flatbed Steenbeck. Co-Founded Wreck & Salvage (huge in Eastern Europe) with two other video artists.  Responsible for Palin’s Breath (I’m sorry, google it)  Won the ABA championship with the Vermont Frost Heaves. Tore down and salvaged a 125 year old 40’x 60’ barn. Took 1.5 years off to design/build our house. Can be found in the spiritual center of Vermont, my backyard, Camel’s Hump. The Abnaki called it "tahwahbodeay wadso" which loosely translates to, “we make a campfire in a circle near water and rest at this mountain.”  



Corey grew up in Lexington, Massachusetts. At the University of Vermont he earned a BS in Forest Biology and worked for the U.S. Forest Service in Colorado and Alaska. After college Corey worked as a wildland firefighter on the Pike Hotshots, spending winter off-seasons in Utah and the French Alps. After visiting Grand Teton National Park on a fire assignment, he moved to Jackson Wyoming. This is where he began to work as a photographer. Corey returned to Vermont and received his MFA in photography in 2009. Commercial clients have included Apple, Benjamin Moore, Harvard School of Public Health, Jane Street Capital, Asics, Sierra Designs, Patagonia and Timberland. Editorial clients include Food & Wine, AARP, Continental, Yankee, Organic Gardening, Americas Quarterly, Runners World, Skiing and Business Week.