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Cory is a cinematographer who specializes in volumetric and 360° video. He graduated from the School of Visual Arts, and since has worked on a variety of in multi-camera television productions as an audio & video engineer. In 2016, he collaborated with the tech startup Scatter, creators of DepthKit software, to create a multi-camera prototype used to capture 360° volumetric models of people in motion using a modified version of their volumetric capture tool. Using this system, they filmed Scatter’s documentary “Blackout”, a VR experience where viewers roam freely through a New York City subway car and listen in on the thoughts of a diverse crowd of real everyday riders. An official selection at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival, "Blackout" invited participants to not only take a virtual ride on the subway train, but get captured on site and add their recordings to the experience. Following "Blackout", Cory went on to film "Queerskins VR", a short volumetric narrative set among a grieving couple on the road in rural Missouri, "Made This Way: Redefining Masculinity", a documentary featuring the testimonials and works of transgender artists, and "The WaveVR: Imogen Heap", a hyper-real yet intimate concert performance from the Grammy-winning electronic musician.