At 29, I thought I had life figured out. I was a Vice President for an International Bank in Panama, my country. I had my music on almost every single radio station. I was living a pretty decent life. While on a trip to Miami I saw a sign that made me question my career choice. 'Thou shall not do boring advertising' were the words that make me quit my career to follow my dream.
The Idea Presentation course is the beginning of your creative journey. Superstar instructor, Kim Capron Gonzalez, helps students jump right in at Miami Ad School.
First walk to school. Anxious, like my first ever school day. Skyscrapers. Art stores. Fancy cafes. Happy faces. A creative smell in the air. Fresh breeze. It feels like dawn, clean, pure, waking up to a new beginning.
For the second year in a row Business Insider names Miami Ad School grads to the list of "The 30 Most Creative People in Advertising Under 30." These three are smart, creative and innovative. Felix, Jenna and Sam are the advertising leaders of the future.
“Account Planning” is a vague term that encompasses many different types of planners. According to Christopher, “We are strategists and storytellers, collaborators and champions of ideas.
For the four years after college I tried five different careers: Premed Student. Clinical Researcher. Marketer. Photographer. Third Grade Teacher. While I was good at all of them, none were right for me. Choosing a career path wasn’t easy. It isn’t easy for most people. Here are three important questions that helped me find my way.
“Choose a job you love and you’ll never have to work a day in your life.” (That Confucius guy is so smart.) Many art directors, writers, strategists, designers and social media experts started out in a different career. Before coming to Miami Ad School our students were lawyers, teachers, accountants, taxi drivers, waiters… some were just out of school. Others had already worked in the industry but needed more training and connections to get a better job, a job they will love. Find out what people submit when they apply to Miami Ad School.
Brands are more social than ever, products are almost living beings, and relationships with customers are as sensible as your last romantic affair. If you had the ability to know who is talking about your brand would you use it?