Meet Our Members
Alice F - Alice began building again a few years ago when her two young boys became serious builders themselves. She tends to build realistic and fantastical architecture and landscapes. Her first model was Hogwarts Castle, which accidentally grew to be 400,000 bricks big. In her LEGO room, she continues to build models great and small, as well as collaborative projects, as she thinks there is great potential in using the brick to bring people together. Her work has been published in print, online, and she is a featured builder in the documentary, A LEGO Brickumentary.
Anu P - Architecture, from all parts of the world, is a fascinating subject to me. I enjoy exploring the technical, cultural and historic aspects of buildings over time. Studying how buildings were made, and how people lived in them, is very interesting. Being an AFFOL, I combine my two passions of Lego and Architecture. I enjoy the challenge of building representations of architectural marvels and reproducing the key details that make each building distinctive. I never cease to be amazed by what is possible with Lego. Sometimes I also like to take inspiration from all the different styles around the world and create something from my imagination.
Bob W - Bob has been actively building display oriented MOCs since 2015. He looks at it as a free form art, using bricks with only a vague idea of what he is going to build when he starts. He recently completed a replica of Woodridge Elementary School in Bellevue, WA that the school put on permanent display.
Dan S - Dan has been building LEGO since the first Moon landing set (#565). He has forayed into space, trail blazed Steampunk, and finally found a place to settle down for a drink within the world of Mouse Guard. He is looking forward to sharing this love with his daughter as she grows up.
Daniel F - Daniel is a 47 year old interaction designer for Expedia, Inc. When he’s not working to improve travel shopping experiences, he spends much of his free time building LEGO creations for public display, and to inspire his son and daughter to express their creativity. He is currently working on a massive DUNE display.
David F - David is interested in fantastical architecture and landscapes. He loves to bring scenes from books and stories to life and shares the hobby with his children who contribute to all of his builds.
Dave I - Dave has been building with LEGO for about 10 years as an adult. He currently makes custom clothes for the mini-figures, including the Mouse Guard capes and hoods. When he’s building he goes into what he calls “LEGO Zen,” where the unlimited creative and puzzle solving process takes over.
Dave & Kelli S - Dave and Kelli Smith became the LEGO Couple after the Seattle Times featured them in a 2010 article by the Seattle Sketcher, Gabriel Campanario. They have worked together on many architectural buildings and landscapes. After getting married in 2003 one of the first things they did was buy 50 pounds of bulk LEGO off eBay and had a great time sorting. They have shown their work in Western Washington at places like BrickCon in Seattle and the Bellingham Brick and Toy Fair. Dave’s currently working on re-creating old downtown Anaheim as he remembered it as a youth.
Jim E - Jim had a great time building Mariner's Bell Tavern with its interesting architectural details on the outside and fun scenes on the inside. This was his first major project and getting to work alongside veteran builders significantly improved his own skills. When he gets to work on his own projects, he particularly enjoys micro-scale and Disney
Jordan P - I am a civil engineer by trade, but am also very interested in architecture, with an emphasis in Medieval History. I build mainly castles, tudor buildings, siege engines and landscapes. I also run an online Fantasy RPG that is based on Lego MOCs. Currently there are over 200 registered participants, with new members joining monthly.
Michael K - Michael was a LEGO fanatic as a child and was re-introduced while taking a robotics course using Mindstorms. He has been an active participant in the LEGO community in the Pacific Northwest since 2010 with creations varying across multiple themes and styles.
Nicole S - For years, I have enjoyed building the modular town sets and learning new techniques of how Lego pieces can be used in different ways. I am excited to be part of this group so I can learn tips and techniques and start to build my own creations instead of just building the sets Lego designs. I am particularly interested in trying microscale buildings.
Paul H - Paul is an award-winning LEGO artist who has enjoyed collecting and building with LEGO for the past 25 years. He has a passion for creating intricately detailed models and has a particular love of whimsical architectural story book styles. He lives in Vancouver, Canada where he works to help people with disabilities access their community and maintain positive healthy lifestyles.
RJ C - RJ is a lifelong LEGO fan and builder. RJ's first real memory is of getting a LEGO set for Christmas, but has no memory of the puppy he got that year. RJ loves classic LEGO Town and Train sets from the 80's.
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Sean E - An avid builder of ancient battle scenes, medieval castles, and modern warfare, Sean tends to see every brick for its potential to convey, cause, or become carnage featured in his photo shoots on Flickr. In between battles, he has also been known to go outside to enjoy hiking, skiing, kayaking, and nature photography.
Shawn S - Like most builders, Shawn played with LEGO as a kid and then got away from it. In 2005, he started building again. His favorite things to build are characters and he gets most of his inspiration from movies and video games. He enjoys the challenge of making something look realistic and like it isn't even made out of LEGO.
Steven W - Steven is a lifelong LEGO fan. He can be found in the Pacific NW with his wife and four-legged fuzzy kids.
Thomas G - Thomas builds buildings, landscapes, and the background details that are a part of urban scenes. He shows his work regularly with the Puget Sound LEGO Train Club.