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Vermont Life | Scenes Captured by Featured Photographer Corey Hendrickson

Vermont Life | Scenes Captured by Featured Photographer Corey Hendrickson
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Corey Hendrickson is a frequent contributing photographer to the magazine. He 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 graduating, Corey worked as a wildland firefighter on the Pike Hotshots, spending winter off-seasons in Utah and the French Alps. After visiting the Tetons on a fire assignment, he moved to Jackson, Wyoming and began working as a photographer. Five years later he returned to Vermont and received his MFA in fine art photography. He currently lives in central Vermont with his dog Jake and is engaged to the poet Kellam Ayres. Corey’s photographs have also appeared in Food & Wine, Organic Gardening, Bloomberg Businessweek and Sierra Magazine. Recent commercial clients have included Apple and Benjamin Moore. The following slideshow represents some of his favorite photographs taken in his home state of Vermont.

To see more of Corey’s work, please visit his website.


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