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Casey Neistat is an entrepreneur and filmmaker who has created hundreds of films. The content of Casey’s films includes public service announcements, daily vlogs, product reviews and more. Many of his films are produced in his NYC studio, making the studio itself an instantly recognizable recurring character. He often explains and critiques the tools, gadgets and methods critical to his creative process, emphasizing the organization and functionality of his studio space and its contents.
This LEGO Ideas submission is meant to encourage creativity and entrepreneurship by featuring Casey and his workspace. Casey continues to document and share his creative process and his entrepreneurial career with his fans. Many similarities exist between entrepreneurship, movie making and building creatively with LEGO: vision, planning, inspiration, persistence, learning from mistakes, hard work and accomplishment.
Casey Neistat fans will recognize several features of the real-life studio:
Overhead shooting table with World Map (from “Make It Count”)
Piles of packages and fan mail envelopes (from “Mail Time”)
Red tool boxes and workbench area with hand tools
Vlogging camera and light sources on tripods
Computers, cameras, lenses, drones and skateboards
Green juice and donuts
Black couch and glass top work table
Suit and Tie Casey (from “Travel with Style”)
Snowboarding Casey (from “Snowboarding with the NYPD”)