I am a Lego artist. An AFOL. An Adult Fan of Lego. Lego nerd. Lego geek. Brick builder.
I have been fortunate to have had my work displayed at Cleveland’s Museum of Contemporary Arts (MOCA), Columbus’ Science museum (COSI), Cleveland’s Science museum (GLSC), Cleveland’s John Hopkins airport, and Cleveland State University’s Rhodes library, just to name a few. I also have work on permanent display at five different Ripley’s Believe It or Not Odditoriums around the world. I’ve also had some amazing press including two articles in the Washington Post, Cleveland’s Plain Dealer, Ohio Magazine, Wired.com, two live performances on WKYC-TV, CNET, The Westchester Journal, PR Week, Cleveland Magazine (I was named one of Cleveland 30 most interesting people of 2006) etc. etc. etc. Shows. Conventions. School talks. Lectures.
Question #1: Am I bringing Lego with me? Do I plan to build while I’m overseas?
Unfortunately I’m not bringing anything with me. I need to pack light and space is at a premium. ☹️
Question #2: Do I plan on visiting any Lego stores, Lego parks, Lego discovery centers while I’m overseas?
While not a priority… perhaps.
Question #3: Do you plan on visiting any Lego landmarks that you’ve already built?
YES! Here are photos of my Lego landmarks that I hope to see. Can you name them all?