Bryan Bonahoom is an engineer, Mindstorms enthusiast, and organizer of BrickWorld.
In 2007, with Adam Reed Tucker, he organized the first Brickworld. He is heavily involved with Mindstorms. He also coaches FIRST LEGO League and FIRST Robotics teams. He is also one of the founders of the Great ball contraption (GBC) and was part of the team that created Monster Chess and Super Robo Rally. Bryan is also a member of the Mindstorms Developer Program (MDP) and Mindstorms Community Partners (MCP)1. In 2012, Bryan assembled a team to design a large scale interactive LEGO build of the Cummins QSK-95 Hedgehog engine to promote Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) using LEGO bricks.
Bryan is now the sole owner of Brickworld and has expanded the event to a family of shows that occur year round.
After 6 years coaching a FIRST LEGO League Team, Bryan is returning to being a referee and a judge. His team (Team B-Squared) finished in 17th place in the North American Championships in 2013. Bryan is now focusing the majority of his FLL efforts in working with multiple teams to improve the overall building, development and problem solving skills of the children.
Non LEGO work
Bryan spends time teaching children critical thinking skills through any medium possible at any opportunity.