This week’s featured geek is Sindi Sheth, better known as Sindiroo COSplays on Instagram and Facebook. Sindi’s love of Halloween and theatre combined to create a love of cosplay heavily influenced by Harry Potter and comic book superheroes.
Please introduce yourself:
I teach Prop, Set and Costume design to Highschoolers. I love the fall; Halloween is my favorite holiday and theatre has always been a part of my life. This is probably why I love dressing up. I am a mom of three beautiful girls who are teaching me more about the anime world.
What do you geek out on?
Harry Potter is my favorite fandom , but I also love Pokémon, Disney, Comic Books and Miyazaki.
Do you have any children?
Three beautiful girls and two puppies.
Marvel or DC? and Why?
Both, but X-men is my favorite
Star Wars or Star Trek? and Why?
Both again!! But Ewoks!!
Favorite video game now, or as a kid, or both if you are a long-time gamer:
Genshin Impact, Pitfall and Ms. PacMan
Were you a geeky kid or did you come into it later in life?
Geeky kid loved the trips to the comic store.
Have you ever cosplayed as a favorite character?
Tonks, Molly Weasley and Professor McGonagall are three of my favorite characters from Harry Potter and I cosplay all of them and many more from the series.
What is your favorite geeky event you’ve attended or would like to go to?
I want to go to LeakyCon. I wish it would come to San Francisco.
I love my home con, StocktonCon, because most of my cosfamily attends and it is always great to hang out with them.
Are you working on anything right now you’d like to share or promote?
I am currently building a historically correct Merida, Vines from my Hero Academia, Twyla from Monster High and WonderGirl from Teen Titans.
You can find Sindi on social Instagram at @SindirooCOSplays and Facebook at Sindiroo COSplays.
THANK YOU TO Sindi FOR ANSWERING ALL OUR GEEKY QUESTIONS!
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