Corey began his career at National Geographic Studios in Washington, DC. Working on classic Geographic natural history programming and science content, he cut his teeth with some of the best in the business. After completing his necessary urban living, he received a Young Explorer's grant from National Geographic and fled to the empty peaks and canyons of southwest Colorado.
He focuses on stories of obsession in the nonfiction environmental, outdoor recreation and science realm. Freelancing as a director, cinematographer, drone pilot, photographer and editor, he wears many hats. Work for television clients such as National Geographic and the Travel Channel balances with non-profit conservation and social justice clients across the country.
Serving a craving for the hard-to-get stories, Corey draws on his backcountry skills to access committing slot canyons during spring flood, or snowy 6,000m+ peaks. Closer to home, stories of environmental justice have drawn him into the bowels of the industrial hog industry in the American south and the dirty business of uranium mining on the Colorado plateau.
No story is out of reach. Let's tell yours.