Enayla Cosplay

Enayla is a cosplayer, armorsmith, and propmaker from the USA. Specializing in costumes with meticulous detail, massive scale, and complex engineering, she is always looking for ways to expand her skills and challenge reality. When not working on a project, she is active in sharing techniques and encouragement with the cosplay community, and is excited to see what attendees bring to Insomnia 65!





SDola Cosplay

Stephanie Dola is one half of the 2019 World Cosplay Summit UK representative team. She has been cosplaying since 2009.

Stephanie’s cosplay specialities include pattern drafting, historical costume and not getting any sleep before a convention.



Lola In Progress Creative

Laura Benson, also known as Lola In Progress Creative, is a multi award winning cosplayer with a decade of experience.

She began her hobby in her home country of Australia. After attending her first convention she realised she could become her favourite childhood heroes. She has since completed costumes from a range of Anime, Games, Movies and TV and has had her work featured in multiple publications and exhibitions world wide.

A long time nerd, Laura has a passion for comic costumes but a good design with plenty of detail is all it takes to grab her attention for her next project. She enjoys learning new skills and improving on current ones and is entirely self taught, delighting in sharing and learning new techniques with fellow cosplayers.

You can find the lions share of updates and new work on Laura’s instagram.


She is also available on a variety of platforms which can all be found here;










Geckozilla Cosplay

I started cosplay in 2014 with my amazing cosplay buddy Half Pint Cosplay. Cosplay has become my main passion throughout my time at University (although my course was completely unrelated). I love being able to loose my self in a new project and also meeting amazing new people out at conventions.



Fantail Cosplay (Luna)

Fantail Cosplay’s Luna has been cosplaying for 14 years. Always loving a challenge when it comes to Cosplay, whether it be a limiting budget, to something more mechanical like a pair of folding wings. She loves making Cosplay and the craft side always trying new techniques, but never limiting to one media, exploring into multiple areas with each costume from using Worbla to paper mache and from blanket stitching to embroidery. She is very excited to be able to attend Insomnia65 and meet all the Cosplayers and attendees.



Fantail Cosplay (Silantre)

Cosplayer down to the core, Silantre has been dedicated to making cosplays since 2005. She has proven her crafting skills with the creation of many different award winning costumes, ranging from armour to fursuits. She’s a firm believer that anything drawn on paper can be made into a costume, whether it be from cardboard and duct tape or with the latest materials and gadgets!




Hi I’m Cosqueenie,
Nice to meet all you lovely gamers and Cosplayers alike. If you want to know a little bit about me, I have been a avid Cosplayer for 6 years now and still loving every minute of it.
I wear a combination of homemade and bought Cosplays, although as time went by I found simply getting into a costume my favorite part! Cosplay to me is bringing the characters I love to life, and with that bringing smiles to both kids and adults; as I bring there beloved characters to life in the real world!



Atom Cosplay

Having recently performed alongside microsoft, with his costumes appearing in various promotions to syndicate videos, Atom Cosplay will be joining us in the Props Zone.

“I never really knew cosplay existed at first. I made costumes for fancy dress parties and Halloween, I entered my first Masquerade and fell in love. I work mainly with eva foam, expanding foam, cardboard etc, and love to upcycle/recycle anything into a costume. Since getting the hang of Foam Smithing, I’ve started adding motors, LEDs and even home made smoke machines into my cosplays.



Katawa Cosplay

I only realised there was a whole world of crazy cosplay guys out there in august 2015 when I went to my first con. I try and use all different materials and recycled objects to get the best results and to keep costs down, I love sharing tips on budget cosplaying and inspiring people to have a go that previously thought cosplaying was too expensive for them. I’m looking forward to venturing into bigger cosplays in the future!’