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Miami Ad School
Tuesday, May 8, 2007 from Miami Beach, Florida
Posted: May 8, 2007 | 386 words | 0 Comments
At heart I’m still an advertising student. Even when I graduated I still wasn’t fully satisfied, I needed to learn more about advertising, work on my projects, pursuit more creativity, and all that jazz. Today’s plan may not have been smart, sorry to say that Jackie. Jackie gave me a great tour of the Miami Ad School this morning. You see, the reason it may not have been smart, is that it was torture. I was thrown into this building that’s bursting at the seams with talent and creativity. It’s a tease to spend just a day at the school. I’m ready to sign up, move in, and create!
I am now full of inspiration to start new projects, create new ideas and dreams and make them happen. Which is a bit of a problem when I’ve still got to finish this one! I’m thinking I’ll work hard and keep different jobs every year. I don’t need to retire, maybe retire at 87 if I make it that long, that sounds like a good age.
The Miami Ad School probably doesn’t even top 150 students here. They are bright young 20-something year olds. In every corner their work decorates the walls. To be honest, I was a bit intimidated. I feel a bit rusty when it comes to orbiting and creating. There’s a lot of competition, but anyone that knows me knows that I never hesitate to step up to a good competition. Students come to share their creativity from every corner of the world, I have never seen such diversity. In terms of the United States the few students I met stretch from New Mexico to Oklahoma to Michigan. They come across the world from Egypt, Canada, England, and Uruguay. Quite simply, there’s no reasons why one wouldn’t be able to come up with brilliant original ideas.
So more questions of what I want to do with my future are put into my head. Currently I have a tremendous thrust of creativity. One day I may very well be a student out on that soccer field. It wasn’t a matter of seeing the school just for my future, but I was also able to learn a lot about a creative environment and how to bring students together. Thanks Miami Ad School. Keep on keepin’ on.