19 Oct Halloween 2015
It’s that time of year again! We’re celebrating Halloween all October long with our annual Frightfully Cool Halloween Photo & Video Contest. Entrants can submit their best photos and videos of spooky and creative Halloween scenes using dry ice for the chance to win the $500 grand prize! Learn more and enter now at http://frightfullycool.com/.
Meet our guest judges:
Director of Operations, Atlanta Movie Tours
Anna Caraballo is the director of operations for , where she helps Atlanta locals and visitors see the spookier side of the city. Atlanta Movie Tours, which was awarded a Certificate of Excellence by TripAdvisor in both 2014 and 2015, provides behind-the-scenes tours of some of Atlanta’s most noteworthy TV and film productions, including “The Walking Dead” and “The Hunger Games.” Anna has a background in cinema, costuming and all things scary (or geeky). You can find Anna’s influence at work in movie tours around Atlanta or at play on the sci-fi conference circuit. The mother of a teenage fashion designer and the wife of a learning strategist, creativity is never lacking in the Caraballo household. For more information, connect with Atlanta Movie Tours on Facebook and Twitter.
Head Makeup Artist, Netherworld Haunted House
Roy Wooley began his career as a special make-up effects artist and
fabricator in 1997 after moving from his small hometown in Alabama to Atlanta, Georgia. His first opportunity to hone his skills was working for Netherworld Haunted House, a nationally renowned Halloween attraction that is sponsored in part by AMC’s “The Walking Dead.” During Roy’s second year at Netherworld, he headed up the make-up department and began building original masks, props and costumes. In 2000 he started working on local independent films, which eventually led to work in major motion pictures like “Halloween II.” Roy is probably best known for competing on Syfy’s hit reality show “Face Off,” in which special effects make-up artists compete to create the best sci-fi- and horror-inspired looks and prostheses. In season three, Roy made it to the top four contestants and was given the title, “The King of Fabrication.” He returned for season five, “Rookies vs. Vets,” where he made it in the top three. Currently, Roy stays busy traveling cross-country conducting workshops covering topics from make-up to fabrication and working on productions such as “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay,” “Constantine,” “Captain America: Civil War” and “Sleepy Hollow.” For more information, connect with Roy on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
DIY Blogger, Peachfully Chic
If you’re looking for a DIY nut who loves sharing tips and tricks to live a more positive life – you’ll find that in Allie. When she’s not working as a #girlboss marketing maven by day for an American women’s shoe company, Allie can be found running her lifestyle blog,Peachfully Chic, where she shares fun DIY projects, travel adventures, dining experiences, style trends and more. She also serves as a DIY Editor for Craft Box Girls, a creative site where Pinterest meets Etsy.
Born in Augusta, Georgia and raised on the Masters, sweet tea and crafts; Allie is a graduate of Georgia Tech with a degree in marketing & international business. After living in Istanbul and working at Vanity Fair in New York City, she’s never one to turn down an adventure.
She now lives in Smyrna, Georgia with her husband and their peek-a-poo fur baby. Allie combines her deep-rooted southern style and unique wanderlust experiences to deliver inspiring DIY projects that anyone can execute and master. So grab a pair of gloves and let’s get to crafting with The Penguin!