Where portfolio students talk.
Tuesday, October 2, 2007
What's in YOUR book?
Long-time reader, first-time poster.
I'm an art director (I'm clearly not a writer) and I'm interested in hearing your opinions on this:
I was proposing some spec work to one of my writers last night when I realized that I had no idea what's really missing from my book. I always hear things like "Oh, you should have some travel," or "There should be a parity product," or some other blanket statement. But no one's ever said "You know, these are the categories CDs are interested in seeing," and then laid out a list.
So, what I'm interested in hearing is what you think--or what you've heard--qualifies as an even mix of clients for a student book. What do you have? What do you wish you had?