Depeche Mode, 1982 by David Corio

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Depeche Mode, 1982 by David Corio

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"It was a very sunny afternoon, so I asked them to stand under some trees. I like the soft dappled light falling on them. That day they were particularly excited as they had just got a small video camera and were filming each other throughout the photo shoot. They have always been very interested in images and have made several documentaries of their world tours. Depeche Mode became one of the few bands capable of filling stadiums and are estimated to have sold over 91 million records worldwide to date."

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David Corio began his professional career in 1978 covering a wide range of music and portraiture for multiple magazines. After working as a music writer for City Limits, he became a freelance photographer for publications such as The Daily Telegraph, The Times, and Theatre Royal Stratford. His photographs have been exhibited worldwide and published in The New York Times, Rolling Stone, The Telegraph and more. In 1999 Corio released The Black Chord, a comprehensive collection of his photographs of black musicians. He went on to release other books of his works with subjects ranging from prehistoric standing stones of England and Wales to haute couture accessories.