I’m a Birmingham based cosplayers, and can regularly be found on the British convention circuit. As a cosplayer, I’ve been featured in local and national press and appeared at promotional and charity events, including pre-launch events for Batman: Arkham Knight with Game and shooting a charity calendar for Baby Lifeline.
Keep an eye on this page for details of which conventions or events I’ll be attending. I’d love to meet some of you, so please do let me know if you’re hitting up the same convention! If you’d like to book me for your event, you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I am available for bookings as a cosplayer, panellist, contest judge or speaker, whether you need a cosplay guest for your convention or a character for promo work at your shop or cinema. To discuss bookings, you can email me at email@example.com.
As well as cosplaying under Caramel Latte Kiss, I am one half of Safe Harbour Cosplay, alongside my partner in crime, David Whitney. We work together at conventions and events across the country. Our main costume is X-Men’s Rogue and Gambit, but we have lots more team-ups in the works. Watch this space!
Upcoming Conventions and appearances
Birmingham Fashion Week Day Two
After Friday's night shows, I spent Saturday in my pyjamas on the sofa (oh, the glamour), but did eventually manage to get dressed up and back into Birmingham for the second night of Birmingham Fashion Week.
While there were more people than seats again, this night seemed much more organised than the previous night, thankfully. I arrived at the same as Miss Birmingham, so had to wait a little while, so she and her entourage could be sorted out, but was quickly greeted, checked in and handed a goody bag. Already an improvement. The chaos was under control, with people being ferried into seats throughout the early part of the night, instead of all at once.
Onto the clothes! Khloe Nova and House of Bolgezie showed on Saturday as well, so I have slightly fewer collections to share today.Rad FashionThis collection was brightly coloured, but with simple shapes and clean lines. Nothing ground-breaking, but nice and wearable, I think.Chateau BoutiqueThis collection was cool partywear, with a lot of lace and sequins. Not my taste, as such, but I liked some of the cuts and fun detail.Sofia DourvariSofia Dourvari. Unfortunately, my camera battery gave up at this point, so I had to swap to my phone. But I think even with dodgy phone pics, you can get an idea of how beautiful Sofia's collection was. This was the stand-out of the whole weekend for me. The designs were feminine and flattering, in quirky fabrics and metallics. The wedding dress, which closed the show, was stunning. Me and my new blogging chums were lucky enough to get to chat to Sofia after the show (watch this space for video coming soon!), and she told us that she is very inspired by shapes, and she wanted to create a feminine collection that women wanted to wear. She was so sweet, and very open to hearing our suggestions and thoughts on her collection, and talked excitedly about her plans for a possible bridal collection, and how all of her peices can be totally customised to fit whoever wants them. She was a delight, and I think I fell in love with her a bit. My new mission is to own a Sofia Dourvari dress (the silver one, please).With that, Rosie and I said our goodbyes to Fay and Caroline and tottered off to the station. Big thank you to Birmingham Fashion Week for my pass for both nights. Can't wait for next year.