|At this moment, what would be your dream job or project?
My dream job would be working for a high profile company with high profile clients. I see myself as being a creative director that works with a team of designers. I tend to be in my element when I take the lead in a design setting. I work well with others and like the aspect of being a team player along with the idea of collaborating with a team to resolve projects.
i'm doing it
Getting on Oprah's favorites list!
Working with a noted designer or have a large, complete project with a dream budget.
Having worked in environments where I've pulled the trigger on manufacture of 50'000 pieces at a time in industrial design, and now having the responsibility of making client's home's truly homey, I'd like to spend some time alone back in the studio making one of a kind objects - like where this career path all began for me.
I'd love to be part of the team that is renovating Dean Kamen's building in Manchester, NH. I had the pleasure of meeting Dean when I first moved back to New Hampshire and worked in a very small way, on his home in Bedford. It was a remarkable experience and I was very impressed with the many patents he owns. I've met a lot of interesting and influencial people in my life and that experience taught me to believe in myself and always reach for that gold ring!
Dream Job. Where I can design, produce and sell my work to those who truely understand and appreciate that when I produce something I am giving away part of myself. to be able to leave behind my 9 to 5 office job and trade it in for bibs, t-shirts and flip-flops. And naturally to make lots of money to support this addiction!
I am in a dreamy phase at the moment and hence I am filling in this form! My Dream job would enable me to be free from the worries and stresses of frustratedness! Oh and pay well!
summercarnival 2010 in Rotterdam Holland
Doing it already! My own wallpaper designs in my own Brand ad producing selling in my own - webb shop. Others than that, Designing really heavy jewellery would be fantastic.
To have sold out gallery shows on a regular basis.
I was thinking about it today and Pixar came into mind. Pixar was the main reason why I transferred from the first year of a journalism course to my current design course. However, with Pixar I find that the artists need to conform to an in house style rather than putting more of themselves in. But I'd still love to work there :-D
Site Re-Design for manutd.com
or to completely re-brand and advertise a Model Agency who has no limits, including budget.
I'd love to work with the Grimms Fairy Tales in mixed media clothing specialising in knitted pieces. I'd also love to work in the more alternative arts.
A promotional campaign for South Lake Coeur d'Alene.
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