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With over 25 combined years of haunt industry experience, there's nothing we can't create. From static and moving props and set design to special effects make-up and consultation, we'll make it custom to your needs and budget. The members of Evilusions each have very specific strengths and combine them to make the perfect design team, from the ground up. Whether our original idea or your custom design, you won't be disappointed.
Brian "Gadget" Warner - Metal Design & Manufacturing/Pneumatics Systems/Electrical Systems - Brian has been designing and manufacturing the mechanical and pneumatic systems of large machinery for a number of years, and has been a machinist for over a decade. This background allows his designs to be economical, efficient, and built to last like no other, and his obsession with all things pneumatic has yet to be matched by any sane person.
Diana Katz - Video Production/Marketing/Customer Service and Administration - Diana has been involved in the haunt industry since 1998, acting, scene design and construction, and haunt management. She also has a BA in Digital Media Arts and Technology.
Chris "Rook" Virgilio - Sculptor/Artist/Designer/Make-up Artist/Actor - Chris began his journey into the haunt world as an actor in 2001. With a lot of enthusiasm, energy and endless ideas, he is a multi-talented set designer, sculptor, artist, actor and make-up artist. Each year his ideas grow more disturbing, twisted and original. There are no limits to his imagination. His ability to design, build, and act in scenes give him an edge, making his designs both functional and haunted house worthy.
Katie Johnston - Make-up Artist/Training, Acting Managment/Training, Scene Design - Katie Johnston started as an assistant set designer in 1996 and was hooked. She absorbed concepts on set design and scare building and began refining her artistic skills. Coming into her 15th year in the industry, she has been a set designer, actor, make-up artist and cast manager. Her passion for horror movies and gore helped her find a talent for make-up effects, starting with a werewolf prosthetic in 1984. She has since become the head make-up artist for a local haunt. She works with grease paint, prosthetics, and anything else she can get her hands on.