Hello,I am a commercial director finishing my reel. I'm currently working on a spot being shot at the end of next month, and would love to piggyback another one onto it. We're looking for quirky, obscure comedy concepts/scripts. If you work at an agency, or have terrific broadcast material that you would like to see produced, please contact me via email at ***********. I would be happy to forward my latest work. Thank you for your time and consideration. 😉
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Hi all,i've majored in graphic design and have experience in working in a ad production company for a year. Recently i've started working in the family business (no relation with design) but I want to get back to advertising.If I'm looking to get in to an ad agency, say as an art director, or junior art director..not sure how low the list goes..) what are my chances and what kinda portfolio would i need?
I'm fresh out of college...graduated from Pratt Institute this past May earning my BFA in Communciations Design, majoring in Advertising Art Direction. Talk about not what I wanted...I'm living with my parents, and working two jobs that have nothing to do with art or design...yikes! It's been over a month now, and while I have discussed my portfolio, cover letter, and resume with different advisors...it's time to send my information out. I've been recommended to do it in hard format versus elect...
I have a serious problem. My work is super utilitarian. It's not sexy, hip, new, cool, young etc... THIS PLAGUES me like a disease. I've been in the creative industry for 18yrs went back and got my Master's etc. But still, I'm unable to get any movement from jobs and gigs I actually want. I'm a creative that can code, and the jobs that I want and my competition—it's all about photography, hipster videos and "the look".The problem, I've never been given a chance, nor worked for a place that's pum...
Hi there,I have recently graduated from college with a degree in Art focusing in New Media. It wasn't until my Jr. year in college that i decided i wanted to do something in the art/creative field. I packed all of my required classes in so i could graduate on time, and as soon as i graduated i felt lost. I have dabbled in many things, painting, illustration, graphic design, directing, writing, video editing, photography, and cinematography (I know that I have talent, but I didn't have enough ...
I am a final year film student and want to become an art director for and advertising company. Should i go and study something in the field of advertising or gain personal experience first somewhere with the degree I have?
If you don't mind me asking but where did you go to school to become an Art Director.
What do you enjoy most about art director work? What do you dislike the most? Is it challenging? Are there many opportunities to learn and advance?What keeps you at your job?
How did you get your start doing art director work, and what career moves did you make to get to your current position?Do you need a particular educational background?
Hi, im a Senior in High School. I'm still deciding what i want to do when i graduate, I've always been artistic and I want too become an art director. I just need help on a good school in texas, I also want too go into business, Would a good business realm help me as an art director if im working for an agency?plz help.
For those looking, I think that College of Charleston's School Of The Arts's art management program would be good to become an art director, as I wish to become one.
I am an Art Director who independently contracts with agencies to create campaign strategies and develop digital interfaces. I've recently had a desire to gain more skills that will make me more valuable to companies and clients. What is the next logical step? Would you have any suggestions? If graduate school, what type of degree? If extended learning, what type of classes?
I am currently a 3rd year Anthropology student, and am debating whether a career in anthropolgy is right for me. Art has always been large portion of my life and I have always enjoyed drawing and coming up with interesting ideas. i can work in any medium, and am always willing to try new things artistically. In the end, I feel as if I should go with a career that I know i will enjoy, and art fits that category.If I were pursue a job in the art departments of the film or television industry, how ...
Hi,Now I am working an Art Director in India. I would like to move outside India like US or other country. I expecting a comment, what is the facilities for join advertising agencies in other country?
I am sure that you are often contacted by photographers whom you know straight away you will never work with, but what about the upcoming ones you do want to discover? What is the best way for these photographer to help you discover them?
What career moves are needed to step into an art director's position? What education is needed?
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Entering the world of advertising with a masters degree in architecture but well versed in graphics and DNA
I have my own practice with my wife in architecture, here in Portugal, however we also get involved in a good deal of company DNA branding and identity creation. I am wondering what my chances are of entering the world of advertising would be with my qualifications. I have over ten years experience with autocad(of course), photoshop, pagemaker, illustrator, all the microsoft office programs, over three years experience with flash, dreamweaver and macromedia products, and I have successfully cr...
I'm a Senior Designer with a strong portfolio of work for major clients. I mentor the other designers in my studio and oversee all projects before they make it to an Account Director and on to client. I earn a very good salary at the moment but feel like I've hit as far as I can go as a designer. I'm currently attempting a move from my current employer to an International Agency as an Art Director.As a child I used to spend my days drawing 24/7. I lost interest in High School and never took up i...
im from south africa and in my final year of studying to become an art director.do you think i would be able to get a job in the states?
What are typical art director salaries? Do some companies pay a lot more for this position than others? What does a top earner make in this field?What skills should you learn to increase your salary?
Question from an Photographers agent in Amsterdam, Netherlands.(My company: www.p-i.nl) What are key ellements for an art director to look at by selecting an professional (advertising) photographer..
Thees as vary gud school, Senor.Universidade do Estado de Minas-Gerais
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What are the top 3 traits or skills every art director must have to excel?Can you suggest any tips or insights to develop your art director expertise?