I've gone by BKdotNET for quite some time... so BKdotMOC seems to fit "the other side of me". As a kid, I didn't play with LEGO a lot. When I got the opportunity I'd try to build houses or Voltron (I'm a product of the 80s).
My son is now into LEGO - and now I think I'm more into it than he is... and this is just in the last several months. I think I'm into it more for the challenge of creation. As a software engineer who is more architect and manager than hands-on these days, I was looking for a hobby to occupy my time - now I have one.
I remember as a kid visiting folks who were train hobbyists and going into their basements where their set up was and being amazed at the details. This wasn't LEGO - but nowadays with LEGO it can be. Given the mix of kits we've purchased this year, coming up with a derivative theme that fits them all is a challenge.
The MOCs here are going to evolve. My son and I are having fun developing a back story for what we want to create, so you'll see some LEGO stock sets, stock minifigs, etc as we get our back story moving along. We have a number of Star Wars kits (easy for him to relate to), one of the new Galaxy Squad sets, have been looking at the older Mars and mining sets, and looking at MOCs we've seen here on MOCPages, and some of the cool collectible minifigs out there are inspiring a very cool back story to build on.
The one thing we know for sure... the evil bug queen is our bad guy... we'll see where it goes from there.