Makers Guests, Pros, and Panelists
Maker panels are all about building physical things using any medium (such as 3D printers, fiberglass, thermal plastics, papier mache, blacksmithing, making chainmail using wire, etc).
- Valhalla's Workbench
As an artisan and small business owner, teaching and learning is hisprimary focus. He has taught blacksmithing and other artisanal crafts for several years and graduated with honors in psychology program.
- Robert Chenoweth
Bob joined the Army in 1966 and flew combat helicopter missions for a year before being shot down and captured during Tet 1968. He was released from captivity in 1973.
- Clay Cooper
An Army brat, Clay Cooper earned his Eagle Scout at 16 and graduated high school in Frankfurt, Germany.
He did a 4 year stint in the US Air Force as a mechanic on F-117 Stealth Bombers, then joined the US Army. He retired as an Infantry Platoon Sergeant First Class. He served on various combat deployments and peacekeeping missions on 4 continents.
He studied energy technology at the University of Montana. His interests include urban gardening, re-purposing things, and firearms. He gives panels at conventions as a modern armed combat advisor, specializing in helping writers and GMs make their stories more realistic.
- James Hayes
My name is James Hayes I am a Pro at several cons across the northwest including Miscon Radcon and Oregon Country Fair. My Friends call me a true Renaissance Man. I have skills to numerous to list. Anything I wanted to do in life I have learned and done. My Greatest joy is helping others to find their own path in learning. Hope to see you all at Miscon -------J
- Lily Oliver