storyteller, performer, creator & host of The Campfireball
As Cory sees it, his job as a storyteller is to celebrate the audience’s experience.
This might happen through performing stories that are as active and full of possibility as a living thing, reimagining the way a story can be told, or by way of his audience powered ‘reverse-storytelling’ project The Campfireball.
Cory has a variety of storytelling works for every type of audience from adults to children, schools to corporate offices, community centers to backyards. Available to perform, as an emcee, to lead story-based workshops, etc… reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire.
Some possibily validating external filigree that may help convince you of Cory’s seriousness: he has over two decades of experience as a producer and performer, worked for over ten years as a teaching artist for the Los Angeles branch of the Story Pirates, has performed at the National Storytelling Festival, is a Moth Story Slam winner and has an M.A. in Communication and Storytelling Studies from East Tennessee State University where The Campfireball was awarded ‘Outstanding Capstone Project’.