LEGO fan interview with Caz Mockett -@cazphoto
June 5 2018
I first encountered Caz on Twitter through a mutual friend, and it didn’t take long for us to start nerding out over LEGO! Her ever-enlarging LEGO micropolis city is particularly impressive in my eyes – I love the creative use of parts (see if you can spot the Belville parts!) and colour schemes for each block she builds.
Based in Chelmsford, and a member of London AFOLs, Caz is impressively determined to visit LEGO events all over the UK (she certainly wins the prize for most distance traveled to a Bricks + Beers event in Newcastle!).
You can find more about Caz on her LEGO blog at cazmockett.co.uk.
What is your favourite LEGO set of all time? What do you love about it?
“Vintage sets, my favourite would have to be the Classic Space 928 Galaxy Explorer. I never owned it as a kid (I had 918 and 924) but always aspired to getting the bigger brother. Having emerged from my Dark Ages in November 2017, I finally bought myself one from eBay. As far as modern sets go, I absolutely loved building Ninjago City. There were so many clever building techniques and I enjoyed every minute of it, there was so little repetition. It looks fantastic when finished.”
Another classic space fan – seems a recurring theme among many AFOLs.