He took a couple old basketballs and made a giant red spider back in March. The special effects major at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh admits he works months on designing and making the display. You can see in his eyes, when he takes off his Halloween mask, that making these items and display is truly what he loves to do with his art.
He also has a penchant for comic cons and is known to don a pretty impressive Star Wars Storm Trooper costume and show up at movie theater openings, which also brings joy to many others.
Perhaps the biggest kicker about this whole haunted house endeavor is that it isn't event at Harrah's house. Each year, he convinces his buddy to use his house located near the Rocky Grove fire hall, which gets hundreds more children visitors than Harrah's Miller-Sibley neighborhood.
And if creating the haunted maze wasn't enough, he and his friends and family pass out candy at the end.
To follow what he's up to you can visit his newly minted Facebook page called Fear on Fox Street.