Kosorok is currently a sculpture and stain glass professor at BYU. In fall 2010 his glass sculptures were featured in the Salt Lake Art Center in Salt Lake City, Utah.
In 2012, Kosorok's art was part of an exhibit allowing students to explore images and symbols found in both Islamic and Christian art. The whole exhibit was inspired by the Beauty and Belief exhibit at BYU's Museum of Art. Kosorok's contributions included sculptures based on the 99 names of God, which, in Islamic tradition, describe the nature of God.
- The Universe - "Treasured Truths": Artists explore similarities between Islam and Christianity (9 Oct 2012)
- The Daily Universe - Muslim banquet features LDS artist (9 June 2011)
- BYU Magazine - Reflections of Religious Understanding (Fall 2010)
- The Daily Herald - Covey Center to host exhibit exploring religious connections (1 April 2010)