Committee Members' Biographies (2019)


Christine Aird
Christine Aird
Committee Role: Chair
Forum Handle: @bettylego
Location: Peterhead
Write some blurb about yourself and LEGO® (max. 100 words):
I have been a fan since I got my first set age 4. I love LEGO® City theme and enjoy building town scenes and have a large campsite which grows every year! I have had two MOCs on display at Glasgow LEGO® store and I also have built Peterhead Prison which is on permanent display at the Prison Museum. I love attending and displaying at shows around the country and this has led me to meet so many fellow LEGO® fans!


Kenny Smith
Kenny Smith
Committee Role:  Secretary
Forum Handle: @darthkenny
Location: Hamilton
Write some blurb about yourself and LEGO® (max. 100 words):
I have been a Lego fan as long as I can remember and still have sets that are over 30 years old. I love the Creator modular sets and being a bit of a geek anything Star Wars or superhero related goes down well (I even combine them on occasion). Lego is very much a family affair for me with my daughter having a keen interest and can be seen at most displays with me.



Denise Padgett
Denise Padgett
Committee Role: Treasurer
Forum Handle: @denisep
Location: Edinburgh
Write some blurb about yourself and LEGO® (max. 100 words):
I am one of those rare breeds that enjoys dismantling and organising LEGO® the most. While I do enjoy building it I have not varied much from sets and I am still learning a lot about how to build. My daughter loves to build so we are learning different techniques together.




Warren Elsmore
Warren Elsmore
Committee Role: LUG Ambassador
Forum Handle: @warrenelsmore
Location: Edinburgh
Write some blurb about yourself and LEGO® (max. 100 words):
Warren has been an active AFOL for over a decade and now runs his own business working with, you guess it, LEGO® bricks! He's exhibited in shows as far afield as Melbourne and closer to home in Denmark, Portugal and all over the UK.


Rick Carrigan
Rick Carrigan
Committee Role: Quarter Master
Forum Handle: @rick
Location: East Lothian
Write some blurb about yourself and LEGO® (max. 100 words):
From a young age, I've always been interested in how things are built and dismantled. This reflects in both my Structural Engineering career and also in my hobby of modifying & mending cars. No surprise then that my favourite LEGO® subjects are Architecture and Automotive. Once my son had progressed from Duplo, I properly got back into LEGO® and we now regularly build together. I'm sure my daughter will follow suit when she is old enough. I've displayed at a few events now and have been fortunate enough to have one of my MOC's displayed in the Glasgow LEGO® store.


Karen Grayburn
Karen Grayburn
Committee Role: Engagement Officer
Forum Handle: @kazzag
Location: Aberdeen
Write some blurb about yourself and LEGO® (max. 100 words):
My love of LEGO® is undeniable. I am a proud AFOL and member of this RLUG. I create mosaics, household objects and MOC's using those little bricks and pieces. Not only can you can build, design, create and marvel at everything about it, you can also use it as a personal and business development tool. With that in mind, I went to Billund, the home of LEGO®, to train as a certified facilitator of the LEGO® SERIOUS PLAY® methodology and materials - add this to Mindfulness and you have an amazing and wonderous exploration into mental well-being. Everything about LEGO® is indeed awesome!


Fraser Dallachy
Fraser Dallachy
Committee Role: Constitution Advisor
Forum Handle: @fraserdall
Location: Glasgow
Write some blurb about yourself and LEGO® (max. 100 words):
I've been a LEGO® fan since getting a classic space set (6972) for Christmas when I was 4 - I still remember vividly the excitement of building it. I love both sets and making MOCs. My favourite things to build are exploration-themed and strongly influenced by my love of science fiction and adventure stories.




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