Vicente Cordero is a feature film director, music video director and editor.

Vicente grew up in a small town of Santa Maria, and moved to Los Angeles in 2007 to pursue filmmaking after finding film as a creative outlet in which he could truly express himself.

Vicente today has directed over 100 music videos, worked with platinum labeled musicians- such as David Hasselhoff, Cradle Of Filth,  Queensryche, Richie Kotzen, Tom Keifer, Mr. Big, Filter, Stabbing Westward, Cradle of Filth, 3teeth, Tim Skold, The 69 Eyes, John Dolmayan (System Of A Down), Kansas, Haken, Paul Gilbert, DevilDriver, Tetrarch, Wednesday 13, Great White, and with Mike Portnoy (Winery Dogs, Sons Of Apollo, Metal Allegiance, Flying Colors and the Neal Morse Band), and many others. Vicente has had this work publicized internationally; on MTV and VH1.

IN 2019 Vicente won the Best Music Video award from Revolver Magazine for directing music video “President X” for band 3TEETH. in 2021 he won the Los Angeles Film Awards (best music video) award for directing music video “Street Spirit” for These Grey Men – which is John Dolmayan’s (System of a Down) solo project, in which the track was vocally fronted by M. Shadows (Avenged Sevenfold).

His directorial debut feature film “Room 37- The Mysterious Death of Johnny Thunders” was released internationally in 2019.