BewitchedRaven is a Nashville, TN based cosplayer, gamer, and all around goober. She loves all things geeky and enjoys putting her own unique spin on cosplay designs. Even though she has only been cosplaying since 2011, she has been working in Theater as both a costumer and actress her entire life, leaving waves of creativity and fun wherever she goes! BewitchedRaven's cosplays range in style and materials. She creates armor, spandex suits, Lolita dresses, using worbla, foam, fabrics, and more! BewitchedRaven is also an advocate for ending bullying in the cosplay and geek communities. She works with multiple volunteer and fundraising groups to help promote positive behavior and body image to other cosplayers and the community.She also works to spread the awareness of invisible disabilities, such as anxiety and depression, in her panels and daily interactions. In additional to cosplay, BewitchedRaven is a gamer and avid LARPer. She works to​ ​highlight women in the LARPing community and help others become the best LARPers they can be through various panels and workshops. Y​ou can follow BewitchedRaven on Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, and Twitter! 


I am first and foremost a creative girl who loves video games. I've always enjoyed crafting and when I worked up the courage to explore cosplay is when I officially opened Pandora's Box. I love transforming for each costume and each photoshoot.

In the beginning, I was but a shy nerd with no outlet except World of Warcraft and rock music my dad hated. Now I'm a cosplayer, model, armor and prop builder, makeup artist, entertainer, streamer, video maker, painter, writer, and graphic designer. I wear way too many hats, have no free time, and struggle to stay awake some nights, but I wouldn't have it any other way.


My name is Breanna, and I've been a cosplayer since 2014. I began cosplaying due to my love for costuming, mostly for Halloween, and after my first con experience I was hooked. Since then I've been growing in the cosplay world and continuously working on improving my current cosplays and setting plans for new ones. I do not make any of my costumes myself because unfortunately I'm not that talented, but I do spend a lot of hard earned money on very well made costumes that I will not claim to be my own work. I'm mostly known for my Lady Deadpool cosplay that has been growing for three years now. I have many mashups for Deadpool as well, my favorite probably being my Sithpool. 

I tend to cosplay characters I personally love and enjoy. You won't see me in a costume just because someone else wanted me in it. If you would like to keep up with my cosplay you can follow me on Instagram or Facebook at FedoraPool.

 Emily Schmidt, known as Go Big or Go Home Cosplay, is from Atlanta, Georgia. She has been cosplaying for a little over three years and loves the cosplay community. Emily enjoys making armor for strong independent female characters. She has cosplayed characters from Warhammer 40k, World of Warcraft, Mass Effect, and League of Legends. When making her costumes she primarily uses thermoplastics and EVA foam. Emily has been learning to incorporate 3D prints and LEDs into her cosplays. Emily is a member of her local makerspace, Geekspace Gwinnett. She has won awards for Craftsmanship Competitions in the Masters and Journeyman levels at local conventions including Momocon, Dragon*con, and ConNooga. Her most honorable accomplishment includes competing and winning her episode of Cosplay Melee “Throne Off”, SyFy’s cosplay competition TV show.

Michael "Knightmage" Wilson has been cosplaying since 2012. The 18 year veteran Deputy Sheriff and Stuntman has turned the art of cosplay from a hobby to a full fledged passion. Genuinely loving to entertain, create, inspire, spread positivity and make a difference, cosplaying has become that avenue. From being a decorated Deputy Sheriff to working on big budget Hollywood films to receiving awards for his costuming as well as for his charity work including the Presidential Volunteers Service Award, Knightmage continues to strive to be a representative of ideas and possibilities. 


Uncanny Megan is a cosplayer, artist, and all-around nerd based in North Carolina.  Starting her cosplay journey in 2008, Megan’s dedication and love for her creations shows in her attention to detail and drive to always learn from and help others.  Having produced over 200 costumes and counting, Megan hosts panels in costume construction and presides over craftsmanship contests at conventions across the country.  When she’s not busy creating costumes or helping others get into the hobby of cosplay, Megan dives back into her love of watching children’s programming, playing games, reading comics and hanging out with her weenie dog, Sadie.

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Jessica has been cosplaying and modeling for 8 years. She has attended MTAC, AkaiCon, Hyperion, MomoCon, and more. I even was requested as a guest at Hypericon. Jess is a big weird nerd and proud. Cosplaying is her life. She cosplays everything from anime, video games, comics, tv shows, cartoon, to movie characters. She cosplays Lewds of all of her characters. She is the biggest Dragon Ball Z fan ever. She is in love with Vegeta. When she is not cosplaying she is probably gaming. She is an avid gamer, lately Overwatch has taken over her life.