Kirby Morrow is a Canadian actor, voice actor, writer, and comedian. He was born in Jasper, Alberta and studied theater at Mount Royal University in Calgary. Throughout his career, Kirby has also trained in Vancouver, Paris, Dublin, Toronto and Los Angeles. Reaching a successful stature in both on camera and animation voice overs. He is well-known for his voices as Cole on Ninjago, Anakin Skywalker on LEGO Star Wars, Miroku on InuYasha: The Final Act, Teru Mikami on Death Note, and Goku on Dragon Ball Z.
Meet Dutch Bihary, renowned face and body artist and international instructor, Born and raised in the Pacific Northwest, Dutch has been active in art in one form or another ever since he can remember. From modest beginnings, Dutch had a turbulent childhood. Life was rough, fraught with freezing winters cut off from the closest town, running out of food before the thaw, living in a converted chicken coupe with a 5 gallon bucket for a bathroom. Dutch escaped the sordid reality of Drug dealing and abuse by drawing and listening to music. He dreamed of one day becoming an art teacher but never could have guessed his life would lead to where he is today. He attributes his resilience to his trust in God, hard work, and the greater good of art in all of its wondrous forms, Dutch is a true self made man and is much stronger because of it.
Dutch is always eager to share his knowledge, techniques and experience in all sorts of art mediums. He also welcomes the challenge to create something amazing and interesting per your request.
Dutch brings a broad and diverse breadth of knowledge to his teachings. With experience in tattoo art, comic book illustration, face and body art, fine art, special effects makeup, sculpting andprosthetic's, practical effects work for film, large-scale murals, 3D chromadepth attractions, infrared thermography and elite fitness training.
His film experience includes make up and effects in several music videos including "The Giving Tree" by the Plain White T's and several indie films including "Zombies of Mass Destruction".
Dutch is best known for his appearance as a contestant on the first season of Skin Wars, a competition elimination reality TV series, and its subsequent spin off series "Fresh Paint" where he was a returning celebrity mentor.
Dutch has a reputation as a highly qualified and skilled teacher and is requested globally for his teachings at beauty colleges, art academies, and special effects schools where he enjoys sharing his knowledge with up and coming, curious like-minded artists, creators and innovators.
He offers master classes and workshops, beginner boot camps, week-long seminars, long term specialized tuition based academy courses. He is also periodically available for one-on-one tutoring.
Mr. Popo and Tien Shinhan in "Dragon Z", Agent Shao in "Battle of Gods", "Resurrection F", and “Dragon Ball Super”, Gluttony in "Fullmetal Alchemist", Holy Roman Empire in "Hetalia", Face McShooty and Mal in "Borderlands 2", Tecchi in "Sword Art Online 2", Jack the Ripper in "Soul Eater", Miyamoto and M1 in "Yu Yu Hakusho", Taruru in "Sgt. Frog", Boo and Whitey in "Shin Chan", Hanai in "School Rumble", Ukyo in "Ouran High School Host Club", Chamo in "Negima", Babbit in "Kodocha", Siegfried in "Kenichi", and Hanbei in "Sengoku Basara" represent some of Chris's favorite and best known roles.
You may have also heard him in: One Punch Man, Attack on Titan, Gunslinger Girl, Basilisk, Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicles, Black Cat, Darker Than Black, Bamboo Blade, Kaze no Stigma, Aquarion, One Piece, Big Windup!, D. Gray-Man, Beck: Mongolian Chop Squad, RIN, Speed Grapher, Oh! Edo Rocket, Summer Wars, Initial D, Deadman Wonderland, Fairy Tail, Case Closed, Space Dandy, Aldnoah Zero, Michiko & Hatchin, Your Lie in April, Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans, Mob Psycho 100, and The Seven Deadly Sins.
As an ADR Director, Chris has had the pleasure of directing/asst. directing such titles as: One Punch Man, Dragonball Z Uncut, Dragonball, Dragonball GT, Yu Yu Hakusho, Negima, Kodocha, Galaxy Railways, Baki the Grappler, School Rumble, Hell Girl, Kaze no Stigma, Bamboo Blade, Birdy the Mighty: Decode, Initial D, Tsubasa Tokyo Revelations, Yuki Yuna is a Hero, The Asterisk War, The Seven Deadly Sins, Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans, Mob Psycho 100, and Re:Zero:-Starting Life in Another World.
As a writer, he has adapted and/or assisted on scripts for Case Closed, Negima, Witchblade, Ouran High School Host Club, Bamboo Blade, AM Driver, Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic, Blood Lad, Initial D, Yuki Yuna is a Hero, Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans, Occultic; Nine, Magi: The Kingdom of Magic, and The Seven Deadly Sins.
He has also had the opportunity to be a part of many popular video games. Some of his favorites were: voicing random ghouls and specters for Ghostbusters: The Video Game, as a contributing guitarist in Guitar Hero 3, Mega Man in Street Fighter X Tekken, Tatsu in Xenoblade Chronicles X, and Forsyth in Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia.
For additional information, visit “Chris Cason’s Anime Chuckle Hut” on Facebook, Casonworld on Twitter, and chriscason180 on Instagram.
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LittleJayneyCakes, also know by Jayn, is a YouTube cover artist and personality who has over 210k subscribers. Jayn has been doing covers on YouTube for over 6 years, creating over 200 songs, and in this time has garnered over 39 million views.
Not only does she do song covers and English adaptions of anime and vocaloid songs, but she also regularly writes her own original music, often opting for music videos with anime visuals and sourcing anime and geek culture in general as a huge inspiration.
One of her most popular original songs is "Smoke and Mirrors", which currently has over 2 million views on YouTube. You may have also heard her as 'Mei' in the Overwatch fansong and animation "No Mercy".
Jayn is also a member of the virtual idol group Interlunium, providing the singing voice for Megumi Aihara.
Hello! My name is Nichela, also known as Artists Avenue Cosplay on various social media. I have been in the cosplay scene since I was only 8 years old and have been sewing my cosplays since I was 9! My grandmother taught me everything I know, having had a wide background in being a seamstress for many projects for people (Such as weddings or other special occasions). I make most, if not all, of my cosplays that I post; either by scratch or by upcycling! I’m currently a full-time student at Western Washington University, majoring in Theater and Costume Design, and minoring in entrepreneurship to own my own business in this industry. I do commissions on the side when I am available, and work hard to create my name as a designer, seamstress and cosplayer! I’m very excited to be apart of this year’s Kobe Kon as a guest and hope to see some faces at my panels and table, sharing my own experiences in making cosplays and being able to share my work!