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Chris Major began brickfilming in 2011. Initially, his brickfilms were usually co-created with his brother, Ethan. Early on, they were best known for their brickfilm music videos set to official LEGO Ninjago songs, in particular The Weekend Whip. They created brickfilms from 2011 to early 2014.
In 2016, Chris returned to brickfilming. He released his comeback film, Captain Existential and the Bottomless Pit of No End!, in late 2016, using only one Ninjago set and one polybag. He founded a Discord server for brickfilmers called The Plastic Fist, later renamed The Plastic Films. When Brick à Brack opened their English section in 2017, Chris became a moderator of the site. He became a permanent host of the Frame100 Podcast, after a couple of guest appearances. He has also provided voice acting for many other brickfilmers' films.