I haven't really grown up. And I've always been a huge fan of the Transformers '80s cartoons, as well as Legos and minifigs.
Along the way, I also picked up photography as a hobby.
So when I slowly started collecting the modern version toys of the characters I loved as a child, the camera just helped me realise the stories brewing in my imagination of what my toys would be doing at particular moments, or when I posed them in certain ways. Or what I thought they would be doing in my apartment, scattered all over the place, while I was at work. Or what I imagined they would be interested in, when I took them out with me.
In my mind, the photos and stories and comics here are what my scattered toys' lives are like, being toys and all, while having the personalities of their cartoon selves.
I guess you can liken it to me playing dollhouse, and inviting you to watch and come play. And, instead of dolls, there are robots and Lego minifigs.
Anyway, I do hope you enjoy the blog! And I do love feedback, so if you've got something to say on anything I've done here, please feel free to leave a comment or more. :-)
Oh, and a little bit about me?
I'm a programmer by day. Other times, I'm just geeking out on something - be it computer games, toys, legos, transformers, or whatever. There are heaps of things I'm interested in!
I also love to exchange postcards with people around the world. I love postal mail, there is still something quite awesome about receiving physical things from someone across the world. If you'd like to do a postcard exchange with me, feel free to contact me! :-)