Autofocus! Goes to Carlytron’s Hollywood Scares Halloween Costume Eleganza

So Friday, Carlytron and her gay roomies had a TV/film character-themed Halloween Party and it was awesome. The Golden Girls, Dr. Horrible, Rufio, Jem, Ashley from Top Chef and Sookie Stackhouse were among those in attendance.

As with past parties, I set up a camera with a self-timer on a tripod to allow guests to take photobooth-type images. This is a fun idea for parties and its always a big hit on The Facebook! Check out Team Autostraddle and a bunch of other lesbians, gays & allies in all our costumed glory! Recovering today, Tegan and Sara post to come!

Roger and Jessica mug for the camera

Roger Rabbit (Carlytron) and Jessica Rabbit (Robin) mug for the camera

Alice and Keyboard Cat

Alice and Keyboard Cat (Stef)

Adam and Gaga

Adam Lambert (Alex) and Lady Gaga (Riese)

Roger Rabbit

DJ Carlytron as Roger Rabbit

Robin specializes in entertainment, lifestyle and portrait photography. She's also a Creative Producer, Director of Photography and co-owner of Scheme Machine Studios LLC, her production company based in Los Angeles. Robin loves shooting for TV and film and has worked with media companies like Legendary Pictures and Viacom. She shot and directed the Pride campaign for Google called #ThisIsFamily. Robin has had the pleasure of working on national campaigns for companies like Dove and Levis, and had the unique opportunity to shoot for non-profits and initiatives such as The Black List, Save the Children, Move to End Violence, Have a Hart Day, and The Clinton Global Initiative. She is most proud of the work she has done with organizations such as The Ad Council and RAINN working on national impact campaigns. Her celebrity roster includes Cyndi Lauper, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, The B-52s, Keri Hilson, JB Smoove, Tegan and Sara, Margaret Cho, The B-52’s, Andreja Pejic, and many more. She was there for Autostraddle’s birth and proudly served as A-Camp co-director for many years.

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16 Comments

  1. What if Lady Gaga really was a bunch of people w/similar features dressing up in crazy outfits.. and then they could all come on stage at the same and everyone’s heads would explode. At the same time.

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