World Maker Faire 2017
Saturday, September 23
LOCATION: Zone 1 in NYSCI Auditorium - Center Stage
TIME: 2:00 pm - 2:45 pm
Bob Clagett, Becky Stern, John Edgar Park, Angus Deveson, and Joel telling share their thoughts on making videos for Youtube. Moderated by Make: magazine's Senior Editor Senior Caleb Kraft and guaranteed to be a bunch of serious fun.
It doesn’t matter what the material is, or what it’s for… Bob Clagett loves making stuff. He loves showing other people how he works, to hopefully inspire them, and empower them to make whatever it is that they’re passionate about.
Senior Editor for Make: I get ridiculously excited seeing people make things. I just want to revel in the creativity of the masses! My favorite thing in the world is sharing the hard work of a maker.
Angus Deveson is a maker and tinkerer based in Australia and the creator of the YouTube channel Maker's Muse. His aim is to empower creativity through rapid manufacturing and produces videos ranging from 3D Printing Tutorials to 3D Modelling projects and Robot Combat.
Joel Telling, a self proclaimed massive nerd, produces and hosts the YouTube channel 3D Printing Nerd. He is a Pacific Northwest native, hailing from Seattle, Washington. Through his YouTube channel his goal is to inform, educate, and advocate for the wonderful world of 3d printing.
Becky Stern is a content creator at Instructables. She has authored hundreds of tutorials about technology, crafts, and the intersection of the two. Before joining Instructables, Becky worked as a senior video producer for MAKE Magazine and as director of wearable electronics at Adafruit. She lives in Brooklyn, New York and enjoys riding her motorcycle, making YouTube videos, and collecting new hobbies to share with you.
John Park is a professional maker. He loves to make things and tell people about it. He creates projects and videos for Adafruit Industries. He also writes for Make: magazine and Boing Boing, and he hosted the Emmy-nominated Make: Television show on American Public Television. Prior to jointing Adafruit, John worked in computer graphics, including twelve years in animation at Disney.