FILM & TV COMPOSER
Corey Wallace is an LA based film and television composer with 15 years of experience. Recent film projects include VALLEY OF BONES (Western/Thriller) released theatrically nationwide by Smith Global Media, marking the third feature collaboration between Corey and co-composer Michael Kramer for Dan Glaser and Steven Molony Projects (EFFICIENCY, OXENFREE). Other recent releases include the supernatural horror film BE AFRAID, now streaming on Netflix. Current works in progress include the action Virtual Reality film AGENT EMERSON, the third collaboration with phenom director Ilya Rozhkov.
Though starting his career as an orchestral composer, Corey has embraced modern scoring technology and aesthetics, creating unique, cutting edge sound design and electronics through the manipulation and transformation of field recordings and electronic sound. Corey's studio features an ever growing collection of analog equipment for the highest quality production available.
In 2008, Corey attended the University of Southern California’s (USC) prestigious Scoring for Motion Pictures and Television (SMPTV) program. After studying with horror icon Christopher Young (Drag Me to Hell, Exorcism of Emily Rose), Corey would go on to work with him for the next three years. During this time, Corey was honored as one of twelve participants in the 2010 ASCAP Film Scoring Workshop where he received the David Rose Scholarship. In 2011, Corey worked on several projects for Anthony E. Zuiker (creator, CSI), including a collaboration with Academy Award winner Robert Legato. In 2012, Corey scored the indie horror hit SHADOW PEOPLE for Writer/Director Matthew Arnold (Emerald City), which would lead to the pair working together on the NBC series SIBERIA in 2013. While Corey’s bold and present style is perfectly at home in horror, thriller, and suspense films, he has proven himself in other genres as well. Corey is actively working with rising animation talent with two films garnering Student Academy Awards.