Professional Contributors to Hero Factory
Matt Betteker is a junior concept designer for LEGO Hero Factory. He began his work at The LEGO Group in January 2011. He appeared in a video on the Hero Factory website demonstrating the mid-2011 range of sets.
Karsten Juel Bunch is a LEGO designer and the creative lead of the LEGO City theme. He also worked as a creative director for constraction themes including LEGO Hero Factory and LEGO Super Heroes.
Jeffrey Alan Davies is a LEGO Hero Factory set designer, previously a BIONICLE set designer.
Christian Faber is an art director for the advertising agency Advance in Copenhagen, Denmark, who works with LEGO on the Hero Factory theme. He helped write the Hero Factory story bible and is listed as a conceptual art director in the credits of Hero Factory: Rise of the Rookies.
David Carr is a former employee of the advertising agency Advance and a former member of the Hero Factory story team. He worked on writing, concept development, product development, and brand and campaign management for the theme's 2010 and 2011 story years and wrote the episode outline for "Ordeal of Fire". Additionally, he wrote the Hero Factory FM podcast and was the voice talent for Professor Nathaniel Zib in Hero Factory FM, the HeroPad Challenge Animations, the Hero Recon Team Promo Animation, and Explaining the Character and Creature Building System.
Esben Fløe is a professional graphic designer and Hero Factory set designer who designed set 2283 Witch Doctor. He was previously the designer of several BIONICLE sets.
Asger Johansen is a concept developer and creative writer for the ad agency Advance. He has done concept work for a number of LEGO play themes and promotions, including BIONICLE and Hero Factory. He wrote the Hero Factory story bible together with Christian Faber and Mads Peitersen.
Simon Lucas is a senior designer for LEGO Hero Factory. He appeared in a video on the Hero Factory website describing and showing the Hero Factory sets of mid-2011.
Cerim Manovi is a senior designer for LEGO Hero Factory and one of the inventors of the new building system introduced in early 2011. He appeared in the three-part video series Explaining the Character and Creature Building System.
Brian Nielsen is a Hero Factory designer. His work for the LEGO Group began with a five-month work placement in 2008, and he was hired as a designer for the company in January 2011. His first three Hero Factory designs to hit store shelves were 6202 Rocka, 6293 Furno, and 6222 Core Hunter.
Erland Refling Nielsen is a parts designer for LEGO, often working in the action figure department, including designing parts for BIONICLE and Hero Factory. One of his designs is the helmet for William Furno's 3.0 form. In online communities, he is known as Front.
Jesse Peyronel is a television and film writer who currently writes the story for the Hero Factory television episodes. He started writing the Hero Factory television episodes in mid 2011 when Savage Planet: Part 1 was in development. He has since continued to write the episodes throughout 2011 and into 2012. Peyronel also wrote the story for Comic 7: Savage Planet 2.
Mads Peitersen is a concept artist who developed the Hero Factory story bible together with Christian Faber and Asger Johansen.
Now a set designer for Hero Factory, Christoffer Raundahl has been with LEGO designing BIONICLE figures for nearly a decade. He was one of three designers interviewed in the three-part video series Explaining the Character and Creature Building System.
Christoph Röttjer is a Hero Factory set designer who contributed to the new building system introduced in early 2011. He appeared in the three-part video series Explaining the Character and Creature Building System, demonstrating the advantages of these models. He was also creative lead for the seven LEGO Legends of Chima constraction sets scheduled for release in 2014, based on the same building system.
Andre Sang-Tae Stenbryggen is a set designer on the LEGO Hero Factory design team. LEGO themes he worked on previously include BIONICLE and Rock Raiders.
Jes Vestergaard is a Hero Factory set designer and former BIONICLE set designer. He helped create the first wave of Hero Factory sets. For their powers, he and the other designers drew inspiration from LEGO and BIONICLE fan sites. 7164 Preston Stormer is one of Vestergaard's favorite Hero sets.
Sean Wang is an artist who has illustrated various content for LEGO Club Jr. magazine, including Stuck On A Problem!
Simon John Wilson
Simon John Wilson is a senior designer for LEGO Hero Factory. He appeared in a video on the Hero Factory website showcasing the building potential of the mid-2011 range of sets.
|Writers||David Carr | Sean Catherine Derek | Greg Farshtey | Asger Johansen | Shari Last | Jesse Peyronel|
|Artists||Carlos D'Anda | Elmer Damaso | Christian Faber | Paul Lee | Mads Peitersen | Sean Wang|
|Matt Betteker | Karsten Bunch | Jeffrey Davies | Esben Fløe | Simon Lucas | Cerim Manovi | Brian Nielsen |
Erland Nielsen | Christoffer Raundahl | Christoph Röttjer | Andre Stenbryggen | Jes Vestergaard | Simon John Wilson