|What did you study and why did you choose to study that field?
I have recently graduated from a MBA program in Boston at Hult International business school (www.hult.edu) which is ranked 31st globally by the Economist Intelligence Unit. I concentrated on New Product Development and International Negotiations as this would complement my previous background and experience as well as give me formal training for my future career aspirations.
I studied commerical art at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh. I chose my field because art always seemed to come easy to me. AND when I went to look at the school, all the creativity there blew me away! You know that feeling? I KNEW that was what I wanted to do.
Speech and Drama; I love the theater and literature
Computer Science was my choice, as it fascinated me. I love mathematics and languages (spoken and computer), so a perfect match!
I have been writing for 30 years. I took a course but after turning in my first few pieces of work my intructor said there was no need for me to even take the class.
I do have an associate degree in Culinary Arts. I choose that field as a back up to my writing career because I have always enjoy cooking and baking.
I studied Fine Arts at Pratt Institute and later many computer courses. I love to Paint and that is what I am doing now.
Creativity as well as enteraiment
Visual Arts, Graphic Design & Communication.
I am fascinated by all forms of art really. The Beauty!
I studied apparel design because I am a seamstress. Sewing is a skill in which I excelled and costuming is one of my passions.
I studied Fashion Design at F.I.T and received my AAS in Fashion Design
I studied architecture because I liked art, science, and math. Although I was not properly informed of all available fields of study nor did I have the slightest notion of what it meant to study architecture, it was the perfect subject matter to teach me to think, conceptualize, and apply form generation and structure to many things besides buildings.
I have graduated one engineer university and two design schools, I choose Design because it was always my passion
Bachelors degree in Advertising and Masters in Organization Communications.
I've always enjoyed the creative process and found marketing and consumer behavior to be very interesting. Since a child, I've always been intrigued by special events -- whether the behind-the-scenes staging of Macy's Thanksgiving Parade to a Super Bowl halftime show.
The Still Partners have various educational backgrounds, based upon their areas of expertise.
David Hickman has a degree in Advertising and Marketing with study in fine art, design, psychology and idea generation methods. Ed Rees has a background in Information Technology, management, programming, mathematics and analytics. The other partners are from Financial/Banking and IP Law respectively. The Still Communications Director possesses a B.A. in Communications with a minor in Theatre as well as an Associates Degree in Communication Arts and Technology in Applied Science.
PhD Consultants and Domain Experts in nearly every area are also employed.
All areas of study are utilized to assist in the distillation process for specific industry problems and innovations.
I studied fashion design and digital design in the United States and Europe. I chose fashion as a profession because I have always been inspired by color, texture, style and sound. Fashion fuses all those things together. I learned a lot in school but I have to say that the best education is through experience. I picked up more knowledge about the industry during my first 6 months as a design assistant than I did during my 4 years of design school. Also travel and exposure to the world around you is a great educator.
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