I first started helping with the Thunder Bay Zombie Walk in 2009 when it was headed by Definitely Superior Art Gallery and it was called “Bay of the Dead”. I helped talk to the coordinators about planning and I had a small table outside doing by donation zombie makeup.
Since then I have joined Z.A.S.T.A: the Zombie Apocalypse Survival Training Association, and I am one of the leaders for the zombie walks(3 years in a row). We pair up the walk to still be downtown Port Arthur and end off the night with the Zombie Rawk (a 19+ concert held at the Black Pirates Pub, put on by Wiggins Productions).
2 weeks before the ZASTA walk I host a zombie workshop, teaching participants how to make their own DIY special effects and thinking of extra costume ideas, props and continuity.