Stephanie Hames is a Special Effects Makeup Artist located in Brisbane, Australia. She calls herself a 'horror enthusiast' and creates tutorials based on movies, tv shows and video games. Stephanie started her Youtube channel, Saseffects, in 2012 and had her third Youtube video go viral with 2.6M views. She has been releasing SFX and face painting tutorials ever since. While sometimes her tutorials are a little hard to watch because they can be quite gruesome, she loves bringing characters to life and teaching her audience tricks of the trade. She recently won a competition with Youtube and the Australian QLD Government to make her own horror web series which will be released in March of this year.
Here's where you'll find Stephanie Hames (SasEffects)
September 10, 2017
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM 1 hour
Add to Calendar 09/10/2017 10:00 AM 09/10/2017 11:00 AM Australia/Melbourne Nerding Out There's something weirdly satisfying about just, like, getting into stuff, and the internet has allowed these creators to do so unabashedly – finding a big swath of people who like getting into the same stuff as them in the meantime. Online video lets people be nerdy, unapologetically. Let's nerd out together! | Room 210/211 | false MM/DD/YYYY
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM 1 hour
One-Person Productions: How Do You Do It All?
Add to Calendar 09/10/2017 13:00 PM 09/10/2017 14:00 PM Australia/Melbourne One-Person Productions: How Do You Do It All? It might be nice to only have to answer to yourself, but being a one-person production team presents a lot of challenges, too. Become a juggling master with these creators who really can do it all. | Room 203/204 | false MM/DD/YYYY
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM 1 hour
The State of Online Video: Being a Creator in Australia
Add to Calendar 09/10/2017 16:00 PM 09/10/2017 17:00 PM Australia/Melbourne The State of Online Video: Being a Creator in Australia Online video is, in many ways, a unifying global industry, but there are still cultural and commercial differences that settle on the surface when you move from place to place. Australia and New Zealand have their own unique patterns, practices, and challenges, and these local creators will dig into details about what it's like to live and work in this ecosystem. | Creator Track Mainstage | false MM/DD/YYYY