The Australian Cosplayer scene is full to the brim with talent, passion, and amazing creations, and few embody this as much as Kerrie Fuller, AKA Astrokerrie. Kerrie and her community create some of the most innovative and stunning costumes, building outfits around their favourite games and pop-culture series including the Elder Scroll’s, Overwatch, Game of Thrones.
Learn more about what makes Kerrie tick, and get a glimpse of what’s to come in her full profile below.
What kind of content do you create?
I cosplay and LARP. My content is mostly costume building tutorials and works in progress photos.
What drives your passion for gaming?
The community, I love gaming with my friends and building relationships. I work as a social media and events manager for an indie games company (TeePee Studios) and I love helping to create fun things for the community to engage with. I also frequently run cosplay panels and workshops at events around Australia to give back and help the community grow.
What do you love most about being a content creator?
I love creating things others enjoy. I get a lot of satisfaction in bringing characters to life and engaging with the public at events in costume.
What are your plans for future content?
I would like to set up a proper twitch account to live stream more costume building, beside that I will continue to grow all my other social accounts as I have been. I have a number of guest spots coming up at some Australian conventions where I will be teaching more workshops.
I will also be touring to more LARP events around Australia (And maybe overseas) to film and review different games. I would love to turn what I do into full-time work, and I currently dedicate every spare moment I have to it. I have grown my following to the point that I’m invited to judge cosplay competitions, speak in panels, and I’ve even had the chance to work as an official cosplayer for companies like Blizzard and Bethesda.