InbeonCon 2018 Cosplay Contest Judges
Kristen CorradenoEdward Fotography
Shut Up Kristen is a Long Island based content creator and cosplayer who has been obsessed with cosplay since she first tried it in 2012 (if you don’t count all of those years she went to the Harry Potter book and movie premieres dressed as Hermione, of course.) She loves to cosplay everything from Lady Mipha from Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild to a warrior version of Dorothy from The Wizard of Oz. When she isn’t glued to her sewing machine, you can find her making sketch comedy videos for her YouTube channel, hosting the podcast XoXo: A Gossip Girl Podcast, or alongside Tom Catt Con Mom hosting the weekly cosplay live show Catt & Kristen. Kristen is also lucky enough to be the official Sailor Mars for the cosplay group Moon Menagerie! She believes the cosplay community is one that the rest of the world could use to learn from, an atmosphere of inclusion, love, and support and can’t wait to continue attending conventions and watch the community grow. She is also a Ravenclaw, which she finds very important for you to know.
Animated LolaPhoto by Brian Ngai
Animated Lola is a local NYC Afro-Latina cosplayer who has been bringing cosplays to life since 2013. Some of her more recognized cosplays are Lady Loki, America Chavez, Menat, Shuri, Trunks and Wonder Woman. She is a proud page rep for the “CosplayOfColor” IG account and is a vocal ambassador for increasing diversity and representation in the community. As she continues to grow in her skill set and interests, she hopes to travel to new comic and gaming conventions and continue to champion for diversity in the community.
Tom CattPhoto by Ricardo Toombs
A cosplayer who only needs little introduction. The infamous Tom Catt presents themself as many things in the cosplay community; A fairy conmother, crossplayer, genderbender, and pal/confidant. They do what it takes to make sure this community is welcoming to all kinds. The self proclaimed mother of all cosplayers is just that a kind, nurturing, loving mother who pulls no punches, and loves everyone wholeheartedly. As a cosplayer they've been at the game for approximately 6-7 years and continues to grow not only as a costume designer, but as an ambassador for a better more welcoming cosplay community. They're also a featured model of Big Beautiful Cosplayers and loves rocking their curves and swerves. They've cosplayed as a number of fabulous characters most notably; Ursula, Catwoman, and Bea Arthur. They are a pillar in this community and commands with a fabulously larger than life presence and is loved by many...at least that's what they'll tell you.
InbeonCon Cosplay Classes Available! -- Cosplay Contest @ 4PM
We not only want you to show off your creative talents and learn from some of the top local cosplayers on how to up your game! Master the craft of cosplay design. Learn working with materials like Worbla along with finishing, painting, modding and LED techniques.
Jeremy SnipePhoto by Kim Photos
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Check out these amazing cosplayers that you can meet at Inbeon Con!
Rizuki CosplayPhoto by @jmw_photography_59
Delta MajorPhoto by Carlos A Smith
Gaius CosplayPhoto by U.V. Photography
Crazy CosplayPhoto by Grace and Shine Photo
Lively CosplayPhoto by JMW Photography
Starlot CosplayPhoto by Alchetworxphoto
Juanita RausPhotographer Spufflez
RoseMaiden CosplayPhoto by John F. Sheehan
Izzy SaekoPhoto by Kim Photos
Crimson Alice CosplayPhoto by CAC
Aurelian CosplayDouglas Shaune Photography
Lily ArcherPhoto by Michael Large Photography
- All costume props and weapons must conform to state and federal law.
- Projectile costume props and weapons must be rendered inoperable.
- No realistic guns (even with orange tips).
- Costume swords or bladed weapons must be soft with rounded edges.
- Foam and paper mâché weapons are acceptable.