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Built for the Odyssey display at the Brickworld fan convention, 2014. This creation served as the center-piece to the entire display, with the Gods overseeing Odysseus’ progress. It inspired another builder, David Alexander Smith, to write about creating worlds out of LEGO.
Goel Center for Theater and Dance
The David E. and Stacey L. Goel Center for Theater and Dance at Phillips Exeter Academy, Exeter, NH.
This build is a gift to my classmate, David, and his wife, Stacey, on the one year anniversary of the Goel Center. It will be on display in the lobby for the remainder of the academic year.
A few years ago my friend a Dave Kaleta was commissioned by the University of Chicago Laboratory Schools to build a replica of the Gordon Parks Arts Hall as a gift for George Lucas and his wife, Mellody Hobson. With that in mind, I figured I’d give architecture a try.
Wizard of Oz Tornado
Built for the Wizard of Oz display at the Brickworld fan convention, 2013. This scene was built in grey-scale to mimic the scene from the classic movie. Although the Tornado rotated, it was also constructed to look as if it were in motion.
Colonial Transport Ship
Built for the SHIPtember online event, 2014. SHIP being an acronym for Seriously Huge Investment in Parts. The goal of the month-long building binge is to create a spaceship 100 studs or greater. A poster of all the ships is compiled and made available to print.
Built for the Game of Thrones display at the Brickworld fan convention, 2017. Although she was misidentified as Elsa thirty seven times, Daenerys overlooked the lands of Westeros, surveying her future kingdom.
Built for the Battlestar Galactica display at Brickworld, 2018.
Pavarotti as Tosca
Built for the MocAthalon online contest, 2016. This was my first venture into the midi-land scale, brick-built figures.
Built for the Sharknado online contest 2014, based on the SciFi movie of the same name. The premise was to create a scene that might appear in the upcoming sequel, Sharknado 2: The Second One. And you guessed it, there was a subway shark scene.
Wrath of Vaal
Built for the Mini-Land Putt Putt display, Brickworld, 2016. Based on the Star Trek original series episode, The Apple.
Port of Aden
Built for the Around the World in 80 Days display at Brickworld, 2015. The concept of this build was to create an exploded view of the Arabian Peninsula, from the micro scale Giza Plateau and Petra to the minifigure scale Port City.
Don't Call Me Shirley
Built for the Airplane! display at the Brickworld fan convention, 2019.
The Princess Bride
The opening scene from the movie of the same name. Built for The Princess Bride display at Brickworld, 2019. The room decor was changed to reference various other movies from the 1980’s, in addition to the posters depicting the two actors in other roles.