Corrie McCluskey is based in the San Francisco Bay Area and has worked in black & white medium format photography since the early 1990s. For 2 decades she specialized in fine art and social documentary work, urban landscapes, artist books and out-of-the-ordinary stock imagery. Now she is shifting gears and creating photo-based imagery in mixed media.

Her images have been published in various magazines: New York Times Magazine, Camerawork, Photovision, Shots, Foto Pozytyw (Poland) and Focus (Netherlands).

These award-winning images have been exhibited in New York City, San Francisco, Chicago and elsewhere in the US, as well as in Germany (Mannheim), and the Netherlands (Amsterdam, Naarden, Enschede, Groningen).

Corrie studied photography, art and graphic design at the University of California Berkeley and Santa Cruz Extensions, San Francisco Academy of Art, and numerous other schools. She has also participated in esteemed workshops in Santa Fe, Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University, Center for Photography in Woodstock, Visual Studies Workshop in Rochester, NY, and the School for Photographic Studies in Prague with respected photographers such as Judy Dater, Wendy Ewald, Antonin Kratochvil, Mark Citret, Cole Weston, Sam Abell, Joan Lyons and Libuse Jarcovjakova.

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