Cory Pampalone is an American filmmaker that specializes in comedy-dialogue, brand lifestyle and product commercials. He has enjoyed working with many leading brands including Verizon, GSK, Bob Evans, Airstream, BigLots!, Smithsonian, Purina, Clek, Audi, Jeep, state lottery commissions, to name a few.
Cory began his lifelong affinity for the powerful and persuasive medium of cinema at the College for Creative Studies with a degree in film and digital media. He cut his teeth at production and advertising companies in Los Angeles but his career really took off at Organic Detroit where his team's work on the Jeep won a Cannes Lions award.
In 2013, Cory formed Storytellers Anonymous, an award-winning video production and content creation studio – now a collective of curated and diverse top talent with years of experience spanning the globe. With a background in agency advertising, he understands how to navigate those dynamic and collaborative relationships as a director now on the production company side.
Cory is a double agent, working in the city by day and living a rural life on nights and weekends with his wife Nikki. He's fond of a good bourbon, functional fitness, and backpacking excursions. His music tastes are all over the board, but don't expect to play any late 80's to early 90's hip hop without Cory reciting many of those lyrics word for word.