Hello! My name is Tommy, I'm 29 and live in Portland, Oregon. I grew up in Northern California in a town called Redding. For the last 12 years I've hopped around from Santa Barbara, Seattle to San Francisco. I'm a photographer, craft bartender and a incredibly successful singer when I'm in the shower. I've been taking photos for 15 years now. I picked up my first camera at 14 years old and immediately became deeply passionate about photographing people. I am taking on the PCT this year and will be creating a photo series of nudes, concept art and portraits of hikers I meet out on the trail. Some of my photographer heroes are Annie Leibovitz, Joel Peter-Witkin, Helmut Newton and Diane Arbus. My favorite artists are The Police, Stevie Wonder, Jeff Buckley and Whitney Houston. I hate lasagna and the sound of motorcycles. A long walk on the beach sounds awful because I don't like the ocean that much (OK, I'm afraid of the ocean). But I do love my Mama, Sundays and good dick joke; not in that order though. And sorry this was long, I forgot I was writing this for an outdoor website, not a Tinder profile. Happy hiking! ;)
"there was a sign on the ground made out of sticks that a hiker before me had made. It read "REAL LIFE," with an arrow pointing towards the
I was originally going to write this piece as a look into Karen Wang's photographic memoirs from her adventure on The Pacific Crest Trail.
"If you wait, people will forget your camera, and the soul will drift up into view." -Steve McCurry Nicholas Reichard, "Click", 27, is a
Photographs by Tommy Corey 5,316. That's the number of miles, Lindsey McKelvey (Moonshine) has hiked in the last 2 years. 2015 started off
When I decided in June of 2016 that I was going to take on the PCT, I obsessively started following current hikers on Instagram. Through
A little introduction: I met Leah only a couple months ago. I first met her at an art show Lindsey Fox was putting on at The Lizard Lounge in
Day 1. Mile 0. I begrudgingly put one foot in front of another, slowly climbing the steep incline up to our first pass. The feeling of nausea was