I've been at somewhat of a loss for things to post lately. I've been keeping fairly busy with freelance work in my two weeks of no class, but none of it is quite to the posting stage at this point. And so it begins, my final year of school. Very exciting, but at the same time horribly daunting. Not daunting in the sense of "I have to find a job", but daunting in the sense of "What am I going to do without school?" By the time I finish with a BA I will have gone to school for seven years. Four and a half of those years I was a full-time student taking summer classes. The other two and a half have been as a three-quarter time student taking summer classes.
I've tossed around the idea of getting my MFA but at this point I'm not completely for sure why an MFA is something I want. Is it because I want the recognition of having the highest degree you can obtain in the graphic design field? Or is it because I would use it? Does it matter?
And if I decide to go back to school, the biggest question is where? Your alma mater doesn't matter so much for a bachelor degree, but a masters...an entirely different story.
So many questions. Not so many answers.