Corey is a creative and performing artist with over 2 decades of training, and experience under his belt whilst also teaching for over a decade. Corey started dancing at the age of 4 at Constant Groove Dance Studio, where he trained in many styles, including Hip Hop, Jazz and Contemporary. His performing, and unique style of choreography have earned him multiple National Championship titles over the years. He’s performed for singers including Anja Nissen, Jai Waetford and Jack Vidgen. Corey’s danced and choreographed routines for countless corporate functions, pop up shows, music videos, concept videos, and flashmobs.
Between 2019 and 2022, Corey was a Showtime cast member at Luna Park Sydney. He was also a member of the kids entertainment group JumpIn Kids, entertaining children through dance, singing and rapping. They reached their audience by touring NSW, ACT, and releasing a limited web series. He’s also a member of the professional thrash/contemporary/krump/break dance company The Blackguard, where he performed in their 2018 sophomore production, Still Breathing. He also taught acting for their training course “The Dark Room”. For over a decade, Corey has been teaching dance to children and adults of all ages across Sydney. Corey has held a number of his own open classes, where he’s had the honour of teaching current industry professionals. Along with teaching advanced level choreography, he also experimented with merging the lines between dancing and acting, guiding people in this space through his “Choreo + Storytelling”series.
No stranger to the dramatic arts, he started taking acting lessons when he was 9 years old. Straight out of high school, he went to sharpen his acting chops at Screenwise, attaining a Diploma of Screen Acting.
Corey credits include – appearing in a number of short films over the years, including the innovative, award nominated Revolutions. His commercial credits include Origin Energy, Mad Mex, Telstra, QANTAS, Fox Sports, Westpac, World Earth Day and Cricket Australia. 2022 was a successful year for Corey’s acting career, which started by performing at KXT in the world premiere of Undetermined Title. He then scored a guest role on the Stan Original Series Ten Pound Poms, and the upcoming feature film From All Sides. He finished that year performing at the Sydney Opera House as an actor in The Australian Ballet’s production of Romeo and Juliet. Musical theatre credits include productions of Hairspray, Beauty and the Beast, West Side Story, and Shrek the Musical with Packemin Productions, performing alongside the likes of Jon English, Wayne Scott Kermond, and Jay Laga’aia