I love LEGO and photography.

2012 saw the start of me properly combining the two.

I had done a 365 project in 2010/2011 but time constraints were restricting my continuation for 2012.

So I opted to do a Project 52. Which instead of taking one photo everyday for a year as in a 365 project. I do just one a week. But I didn’t just want to take a random photo like last time. For it to work for me this time around, I needed a theme to carry out for the 52 weeks of the year.

Well then it struck me. I have enjoyed seeing creations involving  LEGO by fellow fans, so this inspired me to theme my Project 52 around LEGO and especially LEGO minifigs.

I am now past my 4th year of LEGO photography!

Lego Me

I don’t just like LEGO, I like lots of other things as well, reading, geocaching, sports; especially rugby. Sadly I can’t play rugby any more, but I still watch it when I can, but I now play hockey again, which is also good fun, despite it being nearly 20 years since I last played it competitively!

All thoughts expressed on these pages are entirely my own

All photos seen here, unless otherwise noted, are original photos, taken by me and I own the copyright Please do not copy, print, or reproduce without my permission. Thank you

LEGO® is a trademark of the LEGO Group of companies


21 comments on “About

  1. […] as a thank you, I took the image and if your enjoy minifigs head on over to meet worldofminifigs, a fab blog by my friend, who takes excellent images of them […]

  2. Janice D says:

    Love your blog! I just stumbled upon your stuff right now, but oddly enough, my own blog post yesterday was about Lego!

  3. alythmum says:

    Thanks to facebook I have found you … love it. Will have to show YS (13!) as he is totally Lego mad.

  4. yodaman5556 says:

    Great blog! Will definitely come back! I love LEGO!

  5. Hey, Thanks for stopping by my blog and the follow, Look forward to seeing more of your work, and the kids love it too 🙂

    • Likewise, thanks for stopping by my blog too. I’m a sucker for old ruins, and especially graveyards, the older the better, so looking forward to looking through your work

  6. demonkleenr says:

    Very cute! Love the pictures 😀

  7. rogersolax says:

    May I include your Clockwork Orange image in a video montage about Kubrick and Lego? I will include your text credit as you wish.

    • Hi I’m sorry for the delay in getting back to you. As long as there is the appropriate credit to myself/website then I’m happy for you to use in a montage. Please send me a link to it too.

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