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Jonathan Vaughan, also known by his alias Nick Durron,[1] is an American brickfilmer. He is known for brickfilms including Picturesque, the Abduction series, and Zombie: Genesis plus its sequel Zombie: Exodus. He was known for making extensive use of digital modelling and effects, at a time when this was much less common in brickfilming. From 2013 to 2015, he was working on a large-scale, 30-minute brickfilm called Melting Point, which received lots of hype but was ultimately cancelled as it was overambitious.


Year Title Notes
2006 Duel of the Fates Montage Clip
2006 Battle of the Heroes Montage Clip
2006 The Man with the Top Hat Fame, Infamy and Glory Contest entry
2006 Capastroid
2007 The Tompa City Menace
2007 The Inventor Inventions, Discoveries and Extraordinary Achievements Contest second place winner
2007 The Exiguous Eschewal LEGO Star Wars Movie Making Contest entry
2007 Abduction Twenty-four Hour Animation Contest 3 entry
2007 Star Wars: Dark Apprentice Trailer
2007 Abduction 2 Twenty-four Hour Animation Contest 4 third place winner
2008 Pierre & Luigi Friendships and Rivalries Contest third place winner
2009 Abduction 3 Twenty-four Hour Animation Contest 6 third place winner
2009 The Dark Knight - Chance
2009 Abduction 4 Brickfilm Rapidly All Week Long Contest 2009 second place winner
2009 Picturesque
2010 Zombie: Genesis[3] Avant-Garde Contest first place winner
2010 Elmore Twenty-four Hour Animation Contest 8 third place winner
2011 Parkour Battle
2011 Abduction 5 Brickfilm Rapidly All Week Long Contest 2011 first place winner[4]
2011 Green Eye Twenty-four Hour Animation Contest 9 third place winner
2012 Zombie: Exodus
2012 Red Eye Twenty-four Hour Animation Contest X entry
2013 Melting Point - Kickstarter Campaign
2014 Gray Latitude - Part One
2014 Brick Flicks Brickfilming Competition
2017 Where Is Melting Point?
2018 - 2021 Grounds of Freedom series Miniatures cinematographer only; series directed by Mike McCarthy[5]