James S Corrigan grew up in Boston and in rural Maine. In 2000 he moved to New York City where he studied creative writing and literature at the New School University.
James currently lives in New York City where he collaborates with musicians, designers, composers, visual artists, and filmmakers by involving himself in curating mixed media events, scoring films, scoring video installations, performance, and the fashion industry.
James has premiered his own work at the 92Y Tribeca, The Robert Miller Gallery, The Ace Hotel, Monkey Town, and Jack. James has also worked and/or shared the stage with Alias Pail, Julianna Barwick, Dustin Wong (Pony Tail), Jason Poranski (featuring members of Beirut, Psychic Ills, Volcano The Bear), Wool, On/Off, Gang Gang Dances’ 88 Drummers (curated by The Boredoms), Man Forever (Kid Millions of Oneida), Noveller, Love Like Deloreans, Blues (members of Creeping Nobodies), Bill Brovold, Peter Zummo among many others. James continues to perform and release his own work while simultaneously composing for film and commercial content.