When it rains, it pours. I would say this applies to my daughter who got a new job offer. She is not expecting this new opportunity to happen but she is truly thankful and excited.
N is young and exploring new things to improve her craft as graphic designer. She consider this new job as one of the opportunities that would certainly take her career to a new level.
N is elated that other people or company believes in her ability. She is also looking forward to join the agency because this will give her the chance to reunite with her college friends who happen to be working in the same office. Good luck, baby girl.
Listen to young digital artists Naomi and Denice talk about their creative journey and keeping it going despite the competitive field. Interview conducted by their friend Lian, a professional photographer.
They discuss about the difference between digital and traditional arts and provide fresh tips on aspiring artists out there based on their experiences.
“Practice, experiment and enjoy the process.” — Naomi
“Always pursue passion projects, always practice, and share your work (to others) to inspire.” — Denice
My daughter is slowly starting to build her own little space in graphic design business. After a short stint in BPO company, she applied (thanks to her friend’s recommendation) and got accepted as home-based graphic designer. N said her new job is more challenging than the previous one because she is delegated to design from scratch. She is on her second week now, so far, so good, according to her. Proud ako sa’yo anak. Pagbutihan mo. 🙂