Noah K. - Founder, Executive Producer, Art Director, Illustrator, Designer, Djay, All Around Spooky Guy.
"I remember it like it was yesterday. The gang at the Long Beach Deathrock club, Release the Bats, asked me if I want to bring the patrons that attended my goth/industrial club called Absynthe, to go with them to a day at Disneyland. Of course, I said yes, since we did cross promotions with each other.
I came up with meeting times & spots with a group photo for each spot, as well as a scavenger hunt for the day and fine-tuned the name. All of this with only 80 people at the very first year back in 1999, I thought it was really cool.
It is just amazing that Bats Day in the Fun Park has turned into a huge event and created the DisneyGoth Sub-Culture that has people coming from all over the world, to partake in all this Spooky Goth fun.
I want to thank Release the Bats for putting this spark into me.”
Creppy, Spoopy, Kookie.
Those 3 words have followed Noah K his whole life. A native to California, growing up in the San Fernando Valley. Noah K has been Djaying and running events since the late 80's. He has always had a love for creating art in several different mediums.
Noah K started his career in the film industry doing special effects creating props, miniatures, prosthetics, and makeup effects, for film and tv for 13 years. When he left that industry in 1995, he fell back on his love for art, illustrations, and graphic design skills.
Noah K has continued his career in creating video game packaging, oversize-advertising campaigns and trade show items, toy concept design and toy packaging and brand development. Noah K has also created one of the largest running annual conventions for the dark subculture, on the west coast. Noah K, the founder and executive producer of Bats Day in the Fun Park, is the mastermind behind organizing this event but is also the art director too. Noah K’s art can be seen in Art Shows all over Los Angeles and is for purchase the Bats Day Souviner Shop.
Noah's loves his amazing daughter, cartoons, old horror movies, weird stock footage film, Bats, Oingo Boingo, Old School Goth Music, Day of the Dead art, Gargoyles and Disneyland's Haunted Mansion.