Emma Morris​

She/Her

The Makers and Shakers

Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung, Melbourne VIC

2022

Makers in Business Online Symposium

The Makers in Business Online Symposium, presented by Make Good Things Happen, was the very first event of its kind in Australia.

Over two full days and 100% online for maximum comfort, on Friday 5th and Saturday 6th August 2022 an outstanding lineup of industry experts provided tips and advice directly relevant to the makers, artists and designers of Australia.

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Speaker Sessions

Panel : What are Market Curators Looking For? Hosted by Angela D'Alton featuring Belinda Harris, Emma Morris and Erin Madeley

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Speaker Biography

Emma Morris is the founder of The Makers and Shakers, Round She Goes and the Slow Fashion Market.

Before operating markets, Emma worked in public relations and event management. Heading up PR for the award-winning book publisher, Emma designed and managed media campaigns for a diverse range of authors, including senior federal government politicians, renowned international journalists, and respected social commentators.

Emma established Round She Goes Market in 2008 and it is Australia’s biggest and most popular preloved and vintage fashion market, and has proudly played it’s little part in the fight against the waste generated by fast fashion.

The Makers & Shakers Market was established in 2015 and is Australia’s premier mid-sized makers market, held in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Canberra. The event features a curated line up of both established and emerging creatives, and offers shoppers the very best in handmade: from beautiful homewares, stunning lifestyle products to delicious food.

The Slow Fashion Market was established in 2018 and features independent Australian brands, offering quality women’s, men’s and children’s fashion and accessories that have been made ethically and sustainably.

These three events are connectors between the growing community of local independent creative businesses and consumers who appreciate quality and ethically made goods.

Our outstanding lineup

of industry experts

All up over 30 community professionals with keen advice presented at the Makers in Business Online Symposium.

This in addition to the maker allies and industry mentors you know and love, both Angela D’Alton and Renee Baker of D’Alton Baker Productions, founders of Make Good Things Happen.

Waan Pivasiri

Waan Pivasiri

Thailand-born Australian Web Developer turned Candle Maker, Waan Pivasiri started pouring candles in 2013 and it became You, Me & Bones.

Shuh Lee

Shuh Lee

Designed in the home studio of Shuh Lee, based in Melbourne, shuh. is a whimsical take on all things colourful, wearable, usable and fun.

Lisa Cahill

Lisa Cahill

Lisa Cahill is the CEO and Artistic Director of the Australian Design Centre team based on Gadigal Land of the Eora Nation, Sydney NSW.

Erin Madeley

Erin Madeley

Erin Madeley is founder of Perth Makers Market, owner of Erin Madeley Consulting and the Perth Upmarket family of events.

Emma Morris Makers and Shakers

Emma Morris​

Emma is the founder of The Makers and Shakers, Round She Goes and the Slow Fashion Market. ​

Belinda Harris BrisStyle

Belinda Harris

Belinda Harris, or Bel as she is most commonly known, has been involved with BrisStyle Inc. since the very beginning in 2008.

Troy Casey

Troy Casey

Troy is the co-founder of Blaklash Creative – an agency specialising in creative projects that connect people to positive experiences of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture.

Tess McCabe

Tess McCabe

Tess McCabe is a publisher and manages Creative Minds featuring resources targeted at creatives and small business owners.

Jeff McCann

Jeff McCann

Jeff McCann specialises in community engagement projects, public art, education, collaborations, illustration, props and fashion.

Amanda Hayman

Amanda Hayman

Amanda is the Director of Magpie Goose, a platform that fosters the celebration of Aboriginal culture, people and stories through the medium of fashion.

Aimee Davies The Hey Mate Project

Aimee Davies

Aimee Davies combined her Therapeutic skills and creative industry experience to create The Hey Mate Project.

Shannon Jenkins

Shannon Jenkins

Shannon is assistant editor and digital editor of frankie magazine, presenting Submitting Your Work to Media.

Rachel Kimberley

Rachel Kimberley

Rachel Kimberley is a product photographer and stylist specialising in creative product photography and stop motion animations.

Jo Walker

Jo Walker

Jo Walker is a content strategist, brand storyteller and editor, which means she can figure out the stories your business should be telling.

Emily Wright

Emily Wright

Emily Wright is Creative Director and founder of Nancybird, an evolving design label based in the inner north of Naarm/Melbourne.

Dr. Mikala Tai Australia Council for the ARts

Dr. Mikala Tai

Dr. Mikala Tai is the Head of Visual Arts at Australia Council for the Arts, previously the director of the 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, Sydney.

Ashley Dyer

Ashley Dyer

Uncle Phuncle, a range of clothing all designed and hand made in Melbourne was founded by Ashley Dyer, a self taught designer and maker.

Tabitha Emma

Tabitha Emma

Tabitha Emma is a brand designer and educator helping creative small businesses to create compelling and captivating brands that allow their creativity to shine and attract their ideal audience

Pete Cromer

Pete Cromer

Pete Cromer is one of Australia’s most popular artists and his signature artworks are instantly recognisable.

Liane Rossler

Liane Rossler

Liane Rossler is an artist, designer and curator who has worked in creative industries for over thirty years.

Kara Cooper

Kara Cooper

Mount Vic and Me® was established in 2013 by local designer Kara Cooper, who resides in the historic village of Mount Victoria.

Maryann Talia Pau

Maryann Talia Pau

Maryann is a weaver and exhibiting artist. She is a co-founder of One Billion Stars and Super Native Unlimited.

Christina Kelly

Christina Kelly

Christina Kelly is a fashion veteran working in the rag trade for over 20 years running the Sydney fashion empire that is Made590.

Angela D'Alton

Angela D’Alton

Angela D’Alton is one of the founding partners of Make Good Things Happen, and provides business services to makers at D’Alton Baker Productions.

Amy Clarke Confetti Rebels

Amy Clarke

Amy owns and operates Confetti Rebels, a feminist apparel brand that aims to empower the womxn around her.​

Jessica Harwood photo by Catherine Turner

Jessica Harwood

Jess Harwood is an illustrator, communications professional and environmental campaigner living on Gadigal land in Sydney.

Heidi Helyard Polymer Clay Jewellery Designer and Maker

Heidi Helyard

Heidi Helyard is Australia’s premier polymer clay jewellery artist and designer, working and living on Darkinjung Country.

Rachel Burke

Rachel Burke

Rachel Burke is a practicing multidisciplinary artist, designer, and author based in Brisbane, Australia, of @imakestagram fame.

Sarah Stanford

Sarah Stanford

Sarah Stanford, (formerly Novelise) is a content designer, strategist, and copywriter here to help you make better content decisions.

Emma Do

Emma Do

Emma is the editor of frankie magazine and is presenting Submitting Your Work to Media as part of the Makers in Business Online Symposium.

Kirsten Devitt

Kirsten Devitt

Kirsten Devitt, owner and designer at Each To Own, Keep-oh and Small Works Gallery, began her home based craft business in 2009.

Lauren Hassett

Lauren Hassett

Middle Child is a jewellery and accessories label with a penchant for mid-century modern design founded by Lauren Hassett.

Renee Baker

Renee Baker

Renee Baker is one of the Make Good Things Happen founding partners, and mentor to makers at D’Alton Baker Productions.

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