Bob Gorman

Bob Gorman

Bob Gorman has been 'building stuff' for over 20 years. He studied sculpture at Virginia Commonwealth University for two years before dropping out to pursue costume fabrication and live performance touring with GWAR. Professional welding and prosthetic leg fabrication occupied his time for a while. Between 2000-2001, Bob was a member and regular contributor to NYC’s Subculture gallery. This led to his participation in the “Draw” international exhibit. This exhibition toured the world showing in London and Tokyo. Drawing on all these diverse elements Bob co-founded Corotted Artistry in 2010. In his “free” time he put together a book chronicling the history and evolution of GWAR and the Slave Pit called Let There Be GWAR, which was released in 2015.
Matt Maguire

Matt Maguire

Matt has been working in the fabrication field for 20 plus years. His first big break came in the sixth grade when he built the sets for the school play. Fast forward some years and he joins GWAR; helping with show construction and concepts. Working with the artists of GWAR he's created several self-published comic book series. Matt has also contributed his expertise to several movies and T.V. ads for a fabrication shop based in Atlanta. Matt was also a lead designer and fabricator on a short run Broadway show called Crash Test Dummies. When he is not slaving away at the 'Slave Pit', he is hard at work on Corotted Artisty; bringing monsters to life .
Davis Bradley

Davis Bradley

Davis is longtime GWAR member and artist. You've seen his creations on stage and experienced his puppet creations included in the short "Blood Vomits".

Davis started working at Slave Pit Inc. in 1995 assisting existing GWAR slaves on video shoots and costume fabrication. He later moved to Richmond, VA from NY in 1997 to work full time on props, costumes, and on the road as "spew operator". Davis moved on to become a full blown slave on later tours. Davis is credited for his work on the "Mike Tyson" costume, the "Bile Driver", and his crunchy underwear.

Scott Bryan

Scott Bryan

Having worked in numerous scenic shops, prop and production houses and a variety of film, TV and live productions in the San Francisco Bay Area for the last 20 years (including Acme Scenery, Rocket Science, Kink.com and many more) Scott Bryan has recently returned to Richmond, VA where he will be working with the talented folks at Corotted Artistry and Slave Pit/GWAR. An experienced set builder/scenic artist, fabricator and prop builder Scott is well versed in a wide array of skills and techniques to help bring even the most unusual projects to life.
Margaret Rolicki

Margaret Rolicki

Margaret Rolicki has been involved in Slave Pit Inc. since 2014, working on various fabrication and painting projects for GWAR's tours, as well as for Corotted Artistry. Previous to Slave Pit, Ms. Rolicki has worked as a faux finisher, scenic artist, prop builder, production designer and art director for films. Influences include everything from horror comics and movies to amusement parks, antiques and oddities, the work of Milicent Patrick, Henson and Harryhausen. For more information on Margaret and her work visit - MargaretRolicki.com
Sev Gedra

Sev Gedra

Sev is an all around fabricator. As a graduate from the University of Maryland art department, she began making things out of steel and spiraled out from there. Foam, latex, metal, wood, leather, you name it, she can make whatever you're looking for. Recently, she's especially fond of making encapsulated gel silicone prosthetics for special effects makeup.