Fall Vibes Boogie 2023
“Heyyo, my name is Jonathan Bizilia. Most people call me Bizilia! Im 25 years old and I’ve been jumping for almost 5 years, wingsuiting for 3 and have around 1800 jumps, around 1,000 in a wingsuit. I fell in love with wingsuiting the second I put one on and haven’t stopped since. My favorite discipline is XRW, but flocking can be just as fun! I’m always down for a good time of jumping sun up to sun down!”
Wiktoria Palacios has been in the sport for 8 years, has 1,300+ jumps, 120+ hours in the tunnel, and she focuses primarily on movement jumps. Her summer home DZ is Skydive Chicago and in the winter it's Skydive Deland. Her goals are to be able to continue to attend dynamic flying camps around the world, and to share the knowledge learned with others which she is very passionate about.
Brian "Susan" Stempin
"Hey, I'm Susan! I've been jumping for 10 years, and primarily CRW for the last 4. I'm here to touch your nylon, fondle your dacron, and scissor all those that are willing. Let's get weird and show those flockers that touching is cool!"
Matt has been jumping for 4 years and has about 1,600 jumps. Most of which have been canopy flocking or wingsuiting. He loves a good dynamic jump whether it is in or out of a wingsuit, and especially under canopy. "I'm Matt. People call me Matt among other things I'm sure. I'm just here to have a flocking good time. Come play and let's do weird things under canopy" - Matt
Josiah started jumping in 2011. With thousands of jumps, he loves to share the sky with friends, old and new. During his journey he has competed in many disciplines, including 4way FS, 8way FS, MFS, D2W, Freestyle, Freefly, and Canopy Piloting. Representing USA from 2015-2021, skydiving has taken Josiah around the world and allowed him to meet rad people from all walks of life. Recently, Josiah enjoys giving back to the sport through coaching and organizing jumpers in small skill groups, or larger groups for tracking and angle jumps. More important than the type of jump, he wants to make sure everyone he jumps with has fun, is safe, and learns on every single jump. He’s tall, and that can be intimidating, but come say hi and ask him to jump with you!
LJ Wobker made his first skydive in 2000. He has over 5500 jumps, including every continent except Antarctica. He loves anything FS-related, from 4, 8, and 16-way team training to very large bigway formations. He shares an FS World Record for largest multi-point formation with 218 other people, has captained a couple of intermediate 8-way national championship teams, and has a box full of medals from USPA and other worldwide competitions. He loves to organize, coach, and travel interesting places to jump.