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Morgan Spence is a Scottish journalist. He was active in brickfilming in the 2010s, and was known for films with broad appeal that often featured large layouts. His brickfilms received a considerable amount of media coverage that usually centered how young he was when he made them. He created the official music video for the Paul Oakenfold single "Who Do You Love?" at age 13.[1][2]


Year Title Notes
2011 Battle of Britain
2011 Channel intro X [3]
2011 LEGO City Train Crash X
2011 LEGO Apocalypse
2011 Morgspenny's Christmas Greetings X
2012 LEGO Interceptors Title Sequence X [4]
2012 My LEGO Piano
2012 LEGO Jail Break
2012 Burning Rubber
2012 The Light-bulb Moment Commissioned by CarGo Seat
2013 Paul Oakenfold - Who Do You Love? Offical music video
2013 Who Do You Love- Deleted Scenes
2013 Studio Roam Commissioned by ROAM
2014 Disaster Island X Commissioned by British Red Cross[5]
2014 BRICK FLICKS - Famous Film Scenes in LEGO! Commissioned by Quintet Publishing
2014 Brick Wonders - Medieval Old London Bridge Series created for the Paisley Museum "Brick Wonders" LEGO exhibition
2014 Brick Wonders - Modern Medicine
2014 Brick Wonders - Ancient Egypt
2014 Brick Wonders - Great Wall of China
2014 Brick Wonders - Aurora Australis
2014 Brick Wonders - LEGO Airport
2014 Brick Wonders - African Savanna
2015 Grand Budapest Hotel in LEGO Commissioned by ABC for Jimmy Kimmel Live!
2015 A Doctor Who LEGO Set Adventure! Commissioned by BBC
2015 Season's Greetings from BBC Worldwide Commissioned by BBC
2015 Brick History
2016 LEGO Marriage Proposal
2017 Paisley 2021 LEGO Animation Commissioned by the Paisley 2021 campaign
2017 May The Toys Be With You Commissioned by the Paisley Museum