Corio’s professional career started as soon as he finished school in 1978 photographing for New Musical Express. His clientele grew quickly to include The Face, Time Out and Black Echoes covering a wide range of music and portraiture. After trying out music writing he worked as a freelance photographer for The Daily Telegraph, The Times and Theatre Royal Stratford, among others. Living and working in both London and New York City, Corio has documented both British and American icons. His collections have been published in three books. Corio’s work was most recently exhibited in the group photographic retrospective Adam Ant: Dandy in the Underworld at Proud Camden in 2012.
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