6 years of Bricks McGee – LEGO models and workshops
Celebrating six years of Bricks McGee – LEGO workshops and model commissions for museums, schools and corporate clients.
I happened to check an invoice for domain names the other week, and was very surprised to notice it has been 6 years since I registered bricksmcgee.com.
This website started as a very simple LEGO blog (which still exists!), and a few articles around LEGO fandom, which are now lost to time.
Around a year after I launched that website, I received my first LEGO model commission, which has continued ever since! I’ve worked on many excellent LEGO models (including some huge LEGO train models with the very talented Steve), and a few of my favourite models were built for the Little Landmarks LEGO exhibition at South Shields Museum last year, including this LEGO model of South Shields’ Customs House (now a theatre). I loved the facade so much, I’ve built a museum for my LEGO city, Amchester, to the same design:
The website evolved greatly as I became more involved in the AFOL community, attending LEGO shows such as Bricktastic back in 2015, and being active on LEGO fan forums such as Eurobricks.com. I’ve also:
So, how to celebrate 6 years of LEGO blogging, models and events?
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