My family always wanted me to keep business subjects as my core subjects but media study interested me too much to let it go

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Art has always taught me to push myself out of my comfort zone and create something so beautiful and unreal. I’ve always loved taking photographs of people, nature, anything that captures my eyes. I find comfort in capturing the beauty all around me. I am often reminded about how beautiful the world is through pictures and that is why it has kind of transformed into my love for videos and films. I am sure that media studies will really help me break out of my shell and embrace my creativity a little more.

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My ideal job would be something creative as well as making people happy with simple choices instead of complicated things for them

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I think once I had a job being creative, I had found my calling. I had the freedom after given direction of what was wanted, to design for their company. I know they are many different jobs listed for the Multimedia Design career fields. Some seem more interesting than others. I know I found many that needed photography as well as certificates in Adobe. So far we have only done Photography and I found it very interesting. My photos are decent but I need to work on them a little more if I want to pursue that as a career. It says that a typical photographer makes about 32k a year. I am thinking that may be just a run of the mill photographer. If not, I may steer clear from that field. I know there are a lot of different job titles in advertising. Some include creative director, media director, marketing manager, promotions manager, product develop manager, and a media analyst. Those types of jobs require a little more than just a few certificates but it seems to be worth it for the 102k a year. I am not sure I’d like to have all that responsibility though. I like having the creative freedom and ability to go any way I’d like.

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