About me


I am passionate Lego builder, and a keen Science-fiction fan. I’ve been inspired by the likes of Star Trek, Stargate, Battlestar Galactica and much more from a young age. But my passion for the new worlds we can access through science fiction goes far beyond that.

Outside of my Lego building, I love to travel around Australia and overseas when I can. I study Human Rights and Gender Studies at University and I volunteer at Comic-Con across the country. I’m a geek and I spend way too much time on Netflix.

This site is designed to showcase my Lego creations, but also to act as a platform for me to discuss ideas and comment on those creations, including the design process and the difficulties I have faced with each model. More importantly, I want this blog to act as a resource for all Lego builders of any age, providing inspiration, ideas and tips on how to build and be creative. You can access this section here.

I’ve been posting my Lego since I started High School, so the blog shows the way my skills have developed over the years. Its been an incredible journey. My first few creations were far from accurate, and built quickly. Now I focus on detail and projects take months, rather than days. Unfortunately between work, University and general life I build less than I would like, but I am always working on something. So there might be big gaps between posts, but I will always keep posting!

I love using the internet to share my Lego, because I truly believe in it as a revolutionary platform for sharing content of all shapes and forms. So check out my social media: Facebook, YouTube

If you want to contact me, you can email me at chris.j.h.chris@gmail.com or visit my Facebook page. I am always open to suggestions and comments on my creations and the other elements of the blog. I love feedback – positive or negative! If there are any creations you want me to make, comment on the suggestions page.

Just remember, when it comes to Lego, life or pretty much anything

‘Dare to Dream’

Thanks for visiting!

A note: A lot of viewers have asked for building instructions. I make no promises, but I am trying to put some together, starting with the Daedalus!

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. James says:

    Those are absolutely fantastic, if you ever get around to detailed instructions let me know, I would pay.

    1. trekkie96 says:

      Thanks! Unfortunately everything is made on the spot with the no thoughts to instructions!

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