With The Big Night fast approaching, the AtmosFAN of the Week submissions are coming in faster than Rodan can sack Kyushu. So, please remember that we will still be honoring AtmosFAN of the Week year round so, make sure to send us your photos and videos from Halloween Night. Show us how the neighborhood trick-’r-treaters react!
This week, we’re going honoring three separate submissions, the first being our AtmosFAN of the Week. We’ve also got two more that we loved so much, we just had to share them with you. Each one doing something a little bit different to earn their high praise.
Josh Mellor - Taylorsville, Utah
Josh has been using AtmosFX Digital Decorations for two years now, and subsequently, his neighbors have started calling his display “Mellor Mansion.” As you can see by the photo below, that is so fitting, as he built a 16x18-foot castle facade on which to project, as well as a 14x9-foot screen on top of his roof to display the Hollusion effects from Macabre Manor. This level of grand-scale awesomeness is exactly why we crown Josh as AtmosFAN of the Week!
Now, onto two additional faves of ours we just can’t resist.
Jenna Ugero – Shorewood, Illinois
Jenna is a past AtmosFAN of the Week winner, and her displays keep getting better. A longtime digital decorator, Jenna moved into a new home – meaning a brand new neighborhood gets to see who the truly dedicated Halloween fans do it. Love the fog wall at 0:54!
Zach Breaux – Metairie, Louisiana
We’ve all seen “how-to” videos on YouTube, but we think Zach’s effort is really outstanding. He makes it easy to learn how quickly you can set up a really cool effect, such as Pumpkin Projection with Jack-O’-Lantern Jamboree and even an FM transmitter that enables people to listen to his display on their radio!
Keep sending us your AtmosFAN of the Week submissions! We want to see your Halloween display on The Big Night – and maybe you’ll wear the AtmosFAN of the Week crown! Send your photos or YouTube links to email@example.com, and make sure to put "AtmosFAN of the Week" in the subject line.