Brick Fanatics is looking for new LEGO reviewers

Brick Fanatics is on the lookout for

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reviewers with a knack for writing and an eye for photography. Update: applications are now closed.

As we continue to grow both the website and our audience, we’re aiming to develop our current stable of reviewers to find new perspectives on the latest

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sets. If you’re a dab hand with a camera and know how to wax lyrical about LEGO, we want to hear from you.

To apply to join the review team, please email a 200-word writing sample and at least three accompanying images to [update: applications are now closed, email removed] along with a shortlist of your preferred LEGO themes.

We’re looking for creative, in-depth and informed analysis rather than basic descriptions of sets, along with high-quality, well-lit pictures. (Take a look through our recent reviews for examples.) You’ll also need to be reliable and capable of meeting strict deadlines.

While this isn’t a paid position at the moment, you will be remunerated through the LEGO sets you review, which will be yours to keep.

This is an ongoing call for the time being, but once we have enough new reviewers in place we’ll close applications, so don’t hang around if you’re interested. Update: applications are now closed.

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Chris Wharfe

I like to think of myself as a journalist first, LEGO fan second, but we all know that’s not really the case. Journalism does run through my veins, though, like some kind of weird literary blood – the sort that will no doubt one day lead to a stress-induced heart malfunction. It’s like smoking, only worse. Thankfully, I get to write about LEGO until then. You can follow me on Twitter at @brfa_chris.

2 thoughts on “Brick Fanatics is looking for new LEGO reviewers

  • 08/07/2022 at 01:00

    Hi, my name is Banks Buergler. I am an 11 year old Lego Fanatic. My favorite Lego themes are: Lego Creator, Lego Minecraft and my favorite of all is Lego Super Mario. I would like to become a Lego Reviewer on my Youtube channel to tell people about these Lego sets before they are released so they know if they want them or not when they come out. I also want to help Lego improve their sets. (Link to channel):
    I also like seeing the outcome in real life and seeing what they can do. I can do speed builds to show the process of building and if people have questions about the Lego set I can answer them and help them. I have over 20 Lego Mario Sets, Lego Rollercoaster (built with no assistance at age 9) and Sonic the Hedgehog Green Hill Zone set and more. Overall, I have a lot of Lego sets. I know you might be thinking “Oh he’s 11 years old. He’s too young to build creator sets.” but I am very experienced with Lego sets. It would make me very happy if I could become a Lego Reviewer.

    Signed, Banks

    To, BrickFanatics

  • 07/06/2022 at 19:02

    My name is Tanya and I’m truly a Lego fan. I would really love to be a Lego reviewer. I have been playing with & buying Legos for 32yrs now, I started with my daughter and now with my 5 year old twin granddaughters. I have purchase soooo many sets over the years with Harry Potter to Star Wars to the Friends sets & holiday calendars to train sets and many others in between.

    I’m an amateur photographer who loves taking pictures of many things primarily wildlife and nature. How can I become a Lego Reviewer? Thank you so much for your time.
    Tanya Timmons


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