Tanglwyst de Holloway is a seasoned, award winning costume designer for stage and screen. She started her career working for the Utah Shakespearean Festival in 1988 and continued her work throughout the country. She has done production work for dozens of plays and presentations, ranging from high profile to high school productions. She was asked to teach her techniques all over the country and has recently written a book called Surviving Your Own Creativity under the pen name Tonya Adolfson.
Elaborate storytelling is something that has entertained humankind since its start and Cassidy’s goal is to take the words on the page and forge them to life, like a star being born. Using a variety of media, Cassidy uses her hands to weave magic on the canvas and visualize elements extant before only in dreams. By utilizing an expressive and inky quality to her work, Cassidy brings worlds and characters of all sorts into existence. Cassidy Dwelis currently resides in Arvada, Colorado, and has recently acquired a BFA in both Illustration and Game Art. Cassidy’s dream is to start her own independent video and board game studio in the Denver area, and she also strives to help others bring their imagination to life.
Steve “Warky T. Chocobo” Nunez is an award-winning Singer, Lyricist, Composer, Letterer, Editor, and Actor for Video Games, Film, Audio Books, and more.
As an actor, Steve first broke into voice acting narrating audio books, and from there into all facets of media. Some of his favorite works include narrating, “The Souls of the Saintlands” Book series by Tonya Adolfson, Lady Woo in Nexon’s Dungeon Fighter Online, Rift Bubbles in Heroes of Newerth, The Demon Lord in The Seduce Me Otome Series, and in Ant-Man playing as a homeless man.
As a musician, Steve is a singer of the Parody Mormon Band, “They Might Be Elders”, of which he sang and wrote the lyrics for all of his albums. He has composed music and done Post-Production work for Video Games, Television, Movie Trailers, and more.
Under the tutelage of Yamila Abraham, CEO and award winning author of Yaoi Press, Steve got his start lettering for Yaoi Press’s web series, “The Yaoikuza”, and has worked on BL and Yaoi manga both in physical and digital print and looks forward to what the future has in store for him.