American portrait photographer, Terry Corrao has been portraying the relationship between fathers and daughters for the last twenty-two years. The culmination of this work is now a book titled Father Daughter—published by Colfax Press, which was founded by the artist. It was a Silver Award winner for cover design at the 2017 Benjamin Franklin Book Awards.

Images from this long term project have been exhibited at TransArt ‘97 in Paris and the Leica Gallery in New York; additionally, they have been published in the New York Times and in the books—Dino, the Life and Films of Dino DeLaurentiis and Philosophy Dog, the Art of Living with Man’s Best Friend. 

Born in Elgin, Illinois, Terry was raised in Southern California and Texas, She studied at the International Center of Photography, Otis-Parsons and UCLA. After living in New York City for most of her adult life, Terry now divides her time between Alabama and Vermont.