The remote Mustang region of Nepal is on the front line of our planet’s changing climate with glacial water shortages forcing the Gurung family and neighbors from their homes. Charting a course for future generations, the Gurung family splits ways. The younger generation moves to a new village, leaving behind traditional agriculture, to grow apples as a cash crop to sell on the global market. The film is an intimate portrait documenting this family’s efforts to find balance in a changing world.
Corey focuses on stories of obsession in the nonfiction environmental, outdoor recreation and science realm. He’s shot on all seven continents, from the remote central pacific islands to a field camp deep in the Antarctic interior. Freelancing as a director, cinematographer, drone pilot, photographer and editor, he wears many hats. Work for television clients such as National Geographic and the Travel Channel balances with non-profit conservation and social justice clients across the country.