Kim and Misty Ormiston are best known for their roles in The Hunger Games - Mockingjay: Part 2, as Leeg 1 and Leeg 2, the badass, devoted soldiers in Katniss's Star Squad "451". They have recently played the roles as "Mysterious Gothic Psychics" in the first episode of "The Magicians" currently on the SyFy channel . They also were the super creepy, horrific Banshee and Old Hag in the horror film "The Scream Of The Banshee" which also plays on the SyFy channel. The gothic inspired twins are leads in the music video “Exorcisms” from one of their favorite rockin melodic Goth bands, Belle Morte, where they play Light against Dark/Good vs Evil, mirror reflections of ones soul. Having walked the runways in New York for names such as Christian Dior, Fende, Pelle Pelle, Bebe, and more, they are no strangers to the modeling world.
Charles Dunbar is a fan of many things, of which anime is but one. But it is certainly a large one. A lifelong fan, Charles has been attending conventions since his teenage years, and spent a chunk of his college career devoting copious amounts of free time to cultivating his fandom identity. Somewhere along the way, he managed to earn a graduate degree by studying convention culture, and began gave his first ever panel at Nekocon 2009.
A seasoned Costumer, Vartan is happy to attend ROFcon as a guest once again. His abilities range from leatherwork, thermoplastics, woodwork, tailoring, and even intricate knowledge of textiles. When he isn't costuming, Vartan enjoys staffing and judging many conventions in North America. His other hobbies include perfumery, locating all the Black Cauldron merchandise, repairing mysterious contraptions, and finding sweet deals on sewing machines. Vartan is excited to bring his experience and knowledge to the convention.
Sarah Louise Patterson (otherwise known as Awesome Possum Cosplay) is a long-time cosplayer from Annapolis, Maryland. She got her first taste of cosplay at Otakon 2003, at the age of 13. Since then she has had a passion for cosplaying and has been a frequent presence at many local conventions in the DC/Maryland/Virginia area. Her cosplays have spanned several mediums from anime, comics, film, and video games to pop music and even professional wrestling. She has a penchant for lace and corsets as well as prop-making and loves nothing more than sanding layer after layer of primer to get that perfectly smooth texture.
Alyssa of Propped Up Creations, also known by booksandcorsets, took over her Halloween costuming at the age of seven and has been busy replicating costumes from pop culture, sci-fi greats, and video games ever since. She works in a wide variety of formats and materials, including pattern-making, sculpting, makeup, armor-making, and 3D printing, and is known to ramble on about favorite types of clay and silicone at a moment’s notice.