The snippet above from krop.com. is yet another reminder of the importance of my portfolio. My portfolio is my voice. It comes along with me to every client presentation and every interview. It speaks to people in ways I could never. And as I grow, it grows. I agree with Jami Hoffman, senior creative recuiter for Facebook when she says that a portfolio speaks volumes. Every image within it tells a story that only the viewer can hear. I’ve always wished I could be a mindreader once the pages start turning. It is up to me to corroborate, continue and possibly even correct the information thus planted. I try to verbally serve my work justice as well, but it can be tough when racing against the clock. As I make my way through the creative, organizational and technical processes that comes with incessantly [re]creating it, I hope to keep notes on the side so memory will never fail me. Some of my work happened many moons ago. Below are samples of some of my less recent work:
I must say, there was a certain ease and glory many years ago when one could just slap a few tearsheets nice and neatly onto a piece of crescent board and voilà!