Finding Myself and Describing it for My Work!

It has been a long road in my recent class! However I am grateful for it and will be missing it when it is over. It is Portfolio Exploration, I love this class and wish that it is longer. Here in the recent weeks I have learned so much about branding, identity, and what I want to and should be doing with my work. At first I was going to be a generalist. Now I am going to be going towards the commercial and advertisement work. I am extremely happy with that decision and the push from my instructor. I will forever be grateful for what she has shown me.

Now with the most recent assignment, it is about marketing and self promotion materials. I have found so many things that I want to work with in that aspect. I will have to compile everything and find what I like the best. There are so many ways to self promote.

Do any of you have any tried and true ideas for self promotion?


Author: Melissa Wilcock

Melissa Wilcock attended The Art Institute nstitute of Pittsburgh Online Division. Melissa graduated in 2015 with an Associate in Photography. During school Melissa has attended many webinars and even presented in one. In her 2 years at the Art Institute she has become a member of two honor societies, one based on her academics and one based on her work. Outside of academics Melissa has images on different stock sites, and has entered different competitions. In one competition Melissa received an honorable mention in SHSS Magazine. Melissa can be reached by email or on her Facebook fan page Photography is like music, they both make people feel and see things come alive. Are you a music lover? If so you may be a photography lover. With that said I am a photographer that specializes in commercial and advertisement photography. I want to make your vison come alive and make the audience feel it. The commercial industry is so large there are endless possibilities where I can fit into. The outcome is that I expect to make money by selling my work alone or working for a company and creating work for them.

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