Hello! My name is Diomira, and I have been working as a Princess since 2012. I began my Princess career at Mrs. Potts Tea Parties in Mesa, Arizona, where I learned many amazing things from my incredibly beloved bosses and coworkers. I make almost all of my own costumes by hand, and have been involved in the cosplay community since I was 14. I continue to use cosplay as a conduit for artistic expression, and enjoy sharing my passion with others at conventions and other similar events in my free time.
Some of my most rewarding experiences as a Princess have been performing for charity events. I have worked with several nonprofits including Kisses For Kyle, The Team Franky Foundation, The Bohring-Opitz Syndrome Foundation, Goofy Gators, and Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. It has been my great pleasure to work with children of all backgrounds and abilities, and I appreciate every opportunity I've been given to brighten the spirits of those around me — both children and adults alike.
I attended the Lehigh Valley Charter School for the Performing Arts as a Visual Arts major during my high school years, and in 2008 I was accepted to Moore College of Art and Design in Philadelphia as an Illustration major where I furthered my education for nearly 2 years before beginning my freelance career as an artist. Since then I have been involved in many artistic endeavors as a musician, cosplay designer, and fine artist. Additionally, I work as a cat behavioral health columnist for Front Page Meews in accordance with my ardent love of cats. My favorite Disney Princesses are Elsa, Belle, and Ariel! I have two beloved cats named Marzipan and Wonton, but one day I hope to have enough space to foster many animals of all kinds.
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