Corni’s vast and impressive artistic portfolio; inclusive of oil painting, metal work, and sculpting; showcases his incredible perspective and flare which set him apart in the field of photography. His post production digital painting technique, homage to his original training in painting, enables him to enhance the plasticity of shape.
In addition to his career as an advertising photographer, he continues his artistic research by focussing on the human body. In "Adoperabili" (2009) he explores the female body as an object, while in the ongoing "Apnea" project, a series of portraits in water, the submerged human body becomes a metaphor for the apneas of everyday life.
Corni's images lead to many levels of sensory and intellectual investigation.
Works in the "Adoperabili" series have been purchased by the Boghossioan Foundation in Brussels. With "Apnea", he received the honorable mention at Codice MIA in 2016.