I am Eadric of Grenfeld, the archery captain in the Barony of Sternfeld. Obviously, I enjoy archery. In addition to target shooting, I enjoy making arrows, and I have made a couple of crossbows. I am still looking to make a better crossbow, and I am slowly working on my first hand bow.
My persona is an early 11th Century Saxon, and I am always looking for historical information of that culture and period, and I have an interest in one day learning more about the Anglo-Saxon language, commonly referred to as Old English. I enjoy reading medieval period and related fantasy novels as well as writing in the same genre.
I am Antonio Bellini, a relative newcomer to the Barony of Sternfeld. My SCAdian interests are fairly wide ranging - I dabble in Brewing/Vinting/Cordialling, Middle Eastern Drumming, and Bardic, but I find myself usually trying to help keep things organized with events and fill in gaps when needed. Dance is probably the "medieval skill" that I have the most practice at, as my wife Colette is frequently the dancemistress at our events. We've got a semi-regular dance night at Garfield Park that gets publicized via the Sternfeld List and Fighter Practice announcements, if you are interested. We do English Country dance as well as some dances from other cultures (and some out-of-period dances, as well as SCA specific dances that don't appear in period).
I don't really have a persona yet, as I've always identified myself as "the mysterious stranger who follows Colette around", but I enjoy doing things with the Barony just the same. In addition to local events, we try to make it to at least a few events in other Baronies/Kingdoms each year, and I make it a point to go to Pennsic each year if I can possibly manage it. It is truly my home away from home. Though small details change each year, it's amazing to me how this town that only exists two weeks a year can have such a sense of place.
As Web Minister, I'm responsible for the website you are looking at right now. We have shared webspace that is provided by the Middle Kingdom - I just have to update the Sternfeld parts. The position is largely about communication, and not so much about technology. In particular, my goals have been to make sure that there is detailed information on all our activities available on the web and that updates are made in a timely fashion. I'm also responsible for most of the Event Websites for the events put on by the Barony of Sternfeld.
Outside of the SCA, I have a wide variety of interests, from Video Gaming (Console and PC both) to Reading (almost anything, but especially Science Fiction and Fantasy), to Music (almost anything, but I'm especially fond of Video Game Soundtracks - particularly those of JRPGs). I like to spend time with good friends, cook, and of course eat good food. In my day job I'm a Web Developer, which while it might sound similar is very different in practice from what I do for the Sternfeld site. In my spare time, I like to overuse parenthesis.
Hello! I'm Lord Bjorn Arnaldsson, your friendly local rapier marshal. I started in the SCA in the Kingdom of Atlantia and have been here in the Midwest since 2006. My persona is amorphous, due to my pre-marital selection of a Norse name and look to match my Norwegian heritage and lack of sewing skills, and subsequent match with a lady who is obsessed with late-period and Spanish styles. I frequently switch centuries and locations when I leave the list.
Fencing is the SCA activity you'll most commonly see me participating in, but I also serve as a very-occasional dance master and support my wife's stitchery pursuits by keeping our toddler out of the sewing basket. In mundane life, I work in IT and spend my non-SCA free time on home improvement and video and board games.
I am Duncan Sinclair the Cordwainer, a relative newcomer compared to my lovely wife. My SCAdian interests are fairly wide ranging - I enjoy Leatherworking, Woodworking, Brewing/Vinting/Cordialling, Calligraphy/Illumination and Archery. Leatherwork is probably the "medieval skill" that I have the most practice at, followed by Archery. My woodworking uses modern tools and machinery, but I try to produce something that looks period.
My persona is a game keeper from 15th century Scotland. In addition to local events, we try to make it to at least a few events in other Baronies each year.
As your MOAS, I'm responsible for the encouraging and helping those practicing the more gentle Arts and Sciences. The position is largely about communication and my goal is to help you find the right person or source you need.
Outside of the SCA, I have a wide variety of interests, including fishing, shooting sports (rifle, shotgun, and pistol), reading, watching movies, and Amateur Radio (my call sign is KC9UVB). In my day job I'm a Business Integrator in Information Technology, which is like herding cats at times.
I am Lady Katrina of Sternfeld. I am the current Seneschal (aka president) of the Barony of Sternfeld. My time in the SCA started in 1999, when I saw a demo at a local coffee shop in Terre Haute, IN.
Since then, I have engaged in fighting, random A&S, and become an officer. I tend to be a "Jane of all trades, master of none". With that in mind, my persona is very general. I do not study one time period or style of craft, but try everything.
In my everyday life, I am a stay at home mom, homeschooling my 2 special needs children. My past career is in professional camp councilor, pool/lifeguard director, and daycare. And my educational background is in geology.
Lady Odile de Brienne, sometimes called Endormie. C'est moi! I'm the Sternfeld Roster Clerk, and it's my job to compile, maintain, and archive our Barony's roster, which is the directory of contact info and awards for current and former members of the Barony. I publish this roster via email quarterly, in April, July, October, and January, but in between times you can always contact me directly to update your listing or request a new copy.
I discovered the SCA in 1999, when I was fifteen and had no transportation and no time, and actually joined in February 2005 when I was out of school and found I had free time again. My activities in the ensuing eight years have been varied, including costuming and related textile arts (mostly 14th and 15th c. French and 8th c. Danish), literature, gaming, dancing, archery, armored combat (Oh so briefly! One day I will revisit this.), cooking (I have a laissez-faire relationship with period food), eating (here I have a deep and abiding relationship with period food), and animal husbandry (much to Ulfr's dismay). I've held a few offices at various times, both for Sternfeld (Property Master from Dec. 05-Apr. 08 and Chronicler from Nov. 09-Feb. 12), the Incipient Canton of Steorra Holt (Exchequer from Jul. 06-Jul. 08), and Constellation (MoAS from Nov. 11-present).
Odile, my persona, is the only daughter of a minor French nobleman in the years at the beginning of the Hundred Years' War. As a young woman she longed for adventure and romance, frequently stealing her brothers' clothes and passing herself off as her nonexistent teenaged brother Henri. Through a series of unlikely and no doubt fantastical events which she certainly does not fully understand (nor does anyone else), she wed a Dane who turned out to be five hundred years older than she. Fortunately, she has no idea of this, and their daughter Verun seems to have suffered no ill effects. These days she leads a somewhat more staid life, chasing a toddler and indulging in creative pursuits whenever possible.
Outside the SCA, I admin an old-school text-based RPG, knit copiously, try to read 60+ books a year, do stay-at-home-mom things, and plan the next trip I plan to take that isn't to Pennsic. Merci!
I am Lady Kiltigern MacClibarn the Equestrian Marshal. I joined the SCA in the 1990's, started heavy fighting, dabbled in rapier as well as many arts and sciences. I've owned a horse most of my life and have been participating in the Equestrian activities since the beginning. I took a break from the SCA as a whole for a while and since coming back became an equestrian marshal. I want to introduce the equestrian games to the populace and try to help people participate as much as they want to. Besides actually riding in the games there is also a need for people who are willing to reset games and add to the pageantry.
Signora Elisabetta Morosini di Mettenini is a late 15th century Florentine who has followed her second husband to the Midrealm and among other things, found her mother, whom she had been told long ago was dead. She is now enjoying and connecting with her newfound family. Elisabetta enjoys spending time with her children, sewing, and other fiber arts. She is starting to dabble in the kitchen.
Elisabetta is currently serving as the Barony's Chancellor of the Exchequer. Her goals include building up a solid electronic file of records for easy transition to the next officer, and implementing good and efficient Troll Procedures.
Mundanely, Amy-Christine Fallowfield has been a stay at home mom and has been homeschooling her son, Alexander. At Children's Point, she enjoys helping children find their own personal interests in the SCA. Emme Foster encourages parents to have some fun with their kids and of course, to chat. Amy enjoys history, writing, herbalogy, art, music and theater costuming. She fell in love with Renaissance Faires while in high school and had never heard of the SCA until her then boyfriend, Tim Fallowfield, Thorgrimr Snaebjarnarson, introduced her to a Crown Tourney A&S competition. Inspired by "Living the Dream" instead of entertaining the masses, she's been in love with the SCA ever since.
Lady Emme Foster of Whikham remembers fondly better days. Emme was named after her grandmother, a French chandler who married a Scottish soldier whom settled near Durham. Hiding her families mixed heritage, Emme lived with an English family as a house servant. She has had the fortune of outliving her 3 husbands and two of her sons who've died of the Black Lung working the coal mines of Whikham (Whickham), during fair Queen Elizabeth's reign. In her late 40s, she lives with her uncle, a fluent cloth merchant. Helping with tailoring and making a name as a thrifty purveyor, she will eventually settle into the house of her only living son, a Dodman, near Durham Cathedral.