The Fugees, Sony Records, NY, 1994 by David Corio

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The Fugees, Sony Records, NY, 1994 by David Corio

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Sony Records NYC (January 28, 1994)

“I was commissioned by NME to shoot a New Jersey trio who had just signed their first record deal. The Fugees were new to dealing with the media and were very reserved. It was pouring with rain so I shot them perched on an armchair in a tiny office. I prefer to improvise with photo sessions rather than having anything planned before the shoot and normally use available light. As the room was so dark I had my Hasselblad balanced in one hand and a flash-gun held underneath to give the shot a bit more dramatic lighting.” - David Corio

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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.