Julie Zetterberg

Participates in 1 Session
Julie Zetterberg has practiced the frivolous hobby of making and wearing costumes since 1975, initially as a member of the Society for Creative Anachronism, then at science fiction conventions and other historical diversions. Since her first convention masquerade (as Princess Leia at Norwescon I, 1978), she has appeared across North America as everything from Olive Oyl to Venus (the planet), and is known for her occasionally offbeat masquerade presentations. Costuming has given her many odd pleasures and occasional rewards, including winning major awards at multiple Costume-Cons and Worldcons. She was Costume Guest of Honor at Marcon 39 in Columbus, Ohio, was head of publications for CostumeCon 14 in Seattle, and created The Costume Page (www.costumepage.org), the original index of online costuming resources. She is past president of the Beyond Reality Costumers’ Guild. She shares a very crowded house in the Seattle area with her husband and fellow costumer Greg Sardo and their two cats.

Sessions in which Julie Zetterberg participates

Friday August 17, 2018

6:00 PM
6:00 PM