Allie of Donttouchmymilk Cosplay & FX has been cosplaying for twelve years. Although she dabbles in everything, her forte and passions are SFX makeup and horror. Allie is probably best known for her cosplay of the Sugarplum Fairy from The Cabin in the Woods. She has received over a dozen accolades for her costumes and makeup work, and placed third in the 2018 Arda Wigs Best Face Forward International makeup competition. Mostly self taught, she loves to teach what she’s learned at conventions and schools, and is always striving to learn new techniques. Allie is thrilled to be a part of her first RavenCon.
Category: Costuming Guest
Jenna Hamrick combines a deep love of nerdity with a background in mental health. She has hosted panels on fandom and conventions as therapy. An avid (and overly ambitious) cosplayer, you can find her at many cons, usually as a Deadpool. Her first foray into fandom started with Buffy, and now includes pretty much everything.
Lemiriana Cosplay is a Pittsburgh-based cosplayer that has been in the cosplay community for almost ten years and attending conventions since 2005. She specializes in large props and armor but has worked with a variety of mediums that include worbla, LEDs, and resin casting. She is a lifelong fan of video games, movies, and other pop culture aspects that she recreates in her work and enjoys creating screen-accurate cosplays that bring her favorite characters to life. She strives to spread her passion of cosplay to others in the community and is part of several online groups that provide cosplay support, such as Kamui’s Cosplay Community and SheProp! She can be found on both Facebook and Instagram at Lemiriana Cosplay.
Kat Milby is the soft materials side of the casual cosplay duo, Side Quest Cosplay. As a geek, pop culture addict, and fiber artist, mixing historical fashion with cosplay is her favorite cosplay trend. With over 25 years of experience in sewing costumes, pattern hacking and general making-do in costumery, Kat would love to geek out with you over historical silhouettes, the issues you encountered while crafting your perfect character vision, and your plans for your next cosplay.
She lives in Durham, NC with her husband, her corgi, and her beloved fabric stash. When not working the day job or stress-sewing, Kat can be found playing video games, knitting, cross-stitching, or planning her next great road trip.
Rick Siebigteroth has been a presence on stage or behind the scenes for over fifty years. Rick combined his love of science fiction and passion for performing when he joined the now defunct Doctors in the House comedy troupe. When that group folded in 1997, he and his wife Cynthia formed Luna-C Productions. Rick is the director, one of the scriptwriters, and plays several roles in Luna-C in addition to producing, directing, and acting in a number of their amateur movie and stage productions. Rick has won multiple costuming and presentation awards as both an individual and as part of larger groups. Awards include six Best in Shows and six Best Presentation/Most Humorous awards. Costumes and characters he is known for recreating include: The Sixth Doctor (Doctor Who), three versions of Londo Mollari (Babylon 5), Hagrid (Harry Potter), Death (Terry Pratchett’s Discworld), Captain Taggert (Galaxy Quest) Worf (Star Trek: TNG), and multiple Daleks (Doctor Who) with his wife. And, as no costume is complete without that perfect prop, he has received workmanship awards for Prop Recreations such as: Liberator Gun (Blakes 7); Farnsworths, both standard and Claudia’s, (Warehouse 13); and Proton Packs (Ghostbusters and Ghostbusters: Answer the Call).
Hailing from somewhere amidst the stars, Stormraven utilizes her powers of obsession to scream and cry about her favorite fandoms (mostly Star Wars and lately the James Bond movies). Cosplayer, costume designer, fanfic writer, and all-around nerd, Stormy has the ability to prattle on for hours about her favorite (or most hated) aspects of the things she loves… curly fries tend to make her shut up. Sometimes.