This is the second of five posts today about the 2008 LEGO Ambassadors nomination process.
In order to keep you better informed, we at The Brothers Brick will be bringing you brief biographies of the possible nominees for the Lego Ambassador representing our community. We will posting these as we receive the necessary information. The order is irrelevant. Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain.
Regardless of who is eventually chosen, the nominees will have to submit at least three testimonials from members of their community. In case you have forgotten, this means you! If you wish to write a testimonial regarding one of the possible nominees, please do so, as a comment, in the post under their name. Thank you for your support!
Possible Nominee: Tim Gould
Tim keeps himself very busy with LEGO by both building and building community. His physical address is Brisbane (in Australia) and his physical age is 31 but his far more extensive online LEGO life is spread between sites like Stajinara, Flickr, Brothers-brick, LUGNET, LDraw and more.
Perhaps best known for his train creations, Tim was asked to participate in the Hobby Train set (10183) as well as various other NDA requiring projects. He also builds extensively in many other
themes (so much so that some people think he’s a spacer) and has a strange love for Soviet design. He also supplements his real bricks with virtual bricks and works on the LDraw SteerCo.
He also enjoys studying and highlighting models he thinks are cool and enjoys Brothers Brick as a great place to share this vainly with the world. Clever construction techniques are a particular highlight.
While living a life of exile from his homeland, Tim attended various Brickish events and the 2007 1000steine land in Berlin. He also participates in the local Brisbane LEGO community.