I was introduced to Lego as a young child, playing with Duplo at the age of 6. Once I got a bit older I received a large amount of Lego pieces from my uncle and continued to add to it with new sets.

As much as I enjoyed the official Lego sets, I also spent countless hours building my own creations. I would often make replicas of the more expensive Lego sets I always wanted but never got as a child.

While I do not have most of my childhood collection of Lego any more, I still enjoy browsing though the Lego catalog and seeing all the new sets that come out. With the introduction of digital software I have found a new way to enjoy building with Lego without needing the various parts.