Growing up in a tiny town in Louisiana was a long way from the entertainment
industry, but being a small town country boy with big city dreams
didn't stop Rob Corley.
In 1990 after completing his Illustration studies at Ringling School
of Art and Design, located in Sarasota Florida, Corley achieved
his life long goal of becoming a Disney animator. In the fall of
that same year Corley was hired as an artist for Walt Disney Feature
Animation, located in Orlando Florida.
Over the following years Rob has had a hand in creating such Disney
classics as "Rescuers Down Under", "Beauty and the
Beast", "The Lion King", "Aladdin", "Pocahontas",
"Mulan", and "Lilo and Stitch".
His animation responsibilities also included various non-feature
films such as "John Henry", "Trail Mix-Up",
"Prince and the Pauper" and "Off his Rockers"
as well as numerous projects for the animation services division
of the feature animation dept.
Corley has also worked as a freelance animator on several television
commercials for San Marco Films, formerly Cornell/Abood, and Curious
Pictures along with many of his own personal animation projects.
While not animating Corley's favorite pastimes include spending
time with his family, drawing and watching lots and lots of movies.