Korey is a DGA first assistant director, bumpkin from Walla Walla, Washington. He’s a mentor and lecturer, currently working on Ryan Murphy’s “American Crime Story: Versace/Cunan.”
His previous television and film credits include, Seth McFarlane’s “The Orville” for Fox, “Jack Ryan Series” for Paramount/Amazon, “The Middle” for ABC, “Salem” for WGN, “The Player: for Sony Pictures Television & NBC Television, “The King of 7B,” for ABC Family with Craig Ferguson, directed by David Frankel, “Kevin From Work,” for ABC Family with McG, “A to Z” for NBC, Stephen Bochco’s “Murder In The First: for TNT, The ABC series “Nashville,” TNT’s television series “Rizzoli & Isles,” TBS television series “The Wedding Band,” FOX’s “LIE TO ME,” “Life” on NBC, critically acclaimed USA television series “Monk,” HBO’s “Deadwood,” FOX’s “House,” ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy,” NBC’s “Boomtown” and CBS’ “CSI,” “Once Upon a Time in Mexico,” “Spy Kids 2,” and “Thirteen Days,” “Waterworld,” “Clear & Present Danger,’ “Eye For An Eye,” “GI Jane,” “That Thing You Do,” and “Stand By Me,” among many others.
He co-produced a film in 2006, an independent adaptation of Robert Whitlow’s novel, “The List.”
Korey is an adjunct instructor at College of Entertainment & the Arts-Lipscomb University-Nashville, he has also been a guest lecturer at University of Texas, Austin, Branford College-Yale, New Haven, Belmont University-Nashville, Eastern University, Lakeland Fl., Azusa Pacific University, Azusa, Dodge College of Film and Media Arts-Chapman University, Vanguard University, Orange County, Compass College of Cinematic Arts, Grand Rapids, Biola University, La Mirada, Los Angeles
Film Studies Center (L.A.F.S.C.); he is on the Advisory boards of Compass College of Cinematic Arts-Grand Rapids, Hollywood Connect-Los Angeles,
Belmont Motion Picture Dept.-Nashville. Korey recently joined the Board of Directors at Green House, Hollywood and holds a position on The First Assistant Director/Unit Production Manager Committee at The Directors Guild of America.
Korey lives in Sherman Oaks with his wife of over 20 years in a half empty nest. He spends his free time volunteering and strategizing with Defy Ventures, a prison entrepreneurial training program, mentoring film students and collaborating with The Great Company to create community around enjoying film with monthly InGreatCo screenings in downtown Los Angeles.