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Sunday, July 16 • 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Costuming: Form, Function, and Fantasy (ET)

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Costume designers discuss the merits of costuming in different applications from comics, to movies, to video games and cosplay. What design choices are rooted in functionality and what just looks cool.

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Matthew Penick

Costuming Guest
Matthew Penick is a professional costumer and fitness enthusiast, as well as the owner of costume and prop company Ribbons and Rivets, which he founded in 2009. A self-taught leatherworker, he made his first suit of armor in college out of scraps and remnants from the local Tandy. In fact, that very first suit of armor is still in action (having received numerous upgrades) and is now the award-winning Nightwalker armor set, which can be seen in several short films, a documentary in progress, and a feature length movie... Read More →

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Todd Lacey

Costuming Guest
Todd started his professional acting career at the age of 6 with the well known ‘Edison Players’ in south Florida. With over 40 stage productions under his belt Todd has also worked in commercials and film with some familiar titles as The Abyss, The Three Amigos, The last of the... Read More →
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Jennifer McCollom

Media Arts Guest
Professional make-up artist, Jennifer McCollom has worked on feature films and television shows. Her film credits include The Hunger Games, Taking Liberty, The Conjuring, Leatherheads, Talladega Nights, The Box, the Oscar nominated June Bug, MAX, The Disappointment Room, Masterminds and The Reliant. Her TV work... Read More →
avatar for Matthew Penick

Matthew Penick

Costuming Guest
Matthew Penick is a professional costumer and fitness enthusiast, as well as the owner of costume and prop company Ribbons and Rivets, which he founded in 2009. A self-taught leatherworker, he made his first suit of armor in college out of scraps and remnants from the local Tandy. In fact, that very first suit of armor is still in action (having received numerous upgrades) and is now the award-winning Nightwalker armor set, which can be seen in several short films, a documentary in progress, and a feature length movie... Read More →
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Daphne Reeder

Costuming Guest
Daphne Reeder has been a creative force from a very young age. Beginning at the age of 5, she's been on television programs on WTVI, in plays & stage performances, and modeled, both in front of a camera and on the runway. She has always enjoyed the freedom of dressing up, and became an accomplished cosplayer by the time she was 17. Since then, she has added to her arsenal of outfits to cross multiple genres, though her passions are sci-fi/fantasy and horror. She has modeled for multiple events and has been on posters and flyers around the Charlotte and Atlanta... Read More →
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Sarah Schambach

Costuming Guest
Sarah (Lunar Rose Costuming & Cosplay) is an award-winning costume maker and blogger from Atlanta, GA. She has been making costumes since diving in head first with a full Tudor court gown at the age of 16. With a particular interest in Tolkien, Star Trek, book-inspired costuming, and a lifelong love of historical costuming, she has created a strong portfolio of both screen accurate and original designs. She has a passion for skilled craftsmanship, and her works often feature heavily detailed elements such as hand-embroidery and beading, custom-dyed fabrics, scale maille, and handmade patterns. Her work has won several major awards, including DragonCon's coveted title of "The Chosen", and has been featured in Cosplay Culture... Read More →


Sunday July 16, 2017 2:00pm - 2:50pm
Salon B-C-D

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