Carl Corey: For Love and Money
We are a country of entrepreneurs, self-starters, and determined individuals that make up the core of our American dream. Long before the Fortune 500’s, there were mom and pop day-to-day desires to carve out a living, and a life on one’s own terms. Carl Corey takes a look at those self-starters who have created family businesses in Wisconsin and have managed to stay afloat for 50 years or more.
Carl is a photographer’s photographer. From the array and quality of his work (be sure to explore his other projects), to his amazing printing and his insightful workshops, he casts a long shadow of excellence. In his words:
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