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Corey Scott Frost

Corey Frost is a filmmaker who specializes in compelling, emotional, and high quality stories. He started as an intern at the Emmy Award winning production company NFL Films in 2010 where he learned to artfully craft stories.

Corey then moved to Nascar Productions producing and editing features for clients such as Showtime, ESPN, Speed Channel, Lowes, Nascar Hall of Fame, and countless others.

In 2012, he was hired as an associate producer at Speed Channel/Fox Sports 1. There, Corey helped develop, produce, and edit multiple weekly documentary features the network still runs today on its weekly magazine show Nascar Race Hub. 

2015 marked a year of milestones for Corey. He began work on the ESPN documentary reality series Snoop & Son as a segment editor. Following pop culture icon Snoop Dogg, and his son. Soon after, he was hired as producer/editor for the SEC Storied documentary, Dominique Belongs to Us on NBA Hall of Famer Dominique Wilkins. The film premiered on ESPN and SEC Network. After his success on these shows, he went on to produce and edit another SEC Storied, Miracles on the Plains, narrated by Dennis Quaid. He also edited multiple sizzle reels for First Row Films, which aided in the sale of the online documentary series Coach Snoop to

In 2016, Corey began work on another documentary series The Evolution of Punk. This four part series followed former WWE superstar CM Punk for over a year as he prepared to fight in the UFC for the first time. The series trended nationally on facebook and twitter gaining millions of views online. While working on this series, Corey directed, produced, and edited branded Olympic features for SEC, and Belk featuring Olympic athletes; Ryan Lochte, Aeries Merritt, and Sylvia Fowles. 

Currently, Corey is directing SEC Storied: Before They Were Cowboys, a documentary on NFL Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, and former Cowboys coach Jimmy Johnson and their journey from college to the pros. He also produces a weekly feature series on NBC Sports Network, Scan All, which is also showcased on