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Posted by  Sara Leilani on February 09, 2004 at 20:15:09:

I put some pieces together- me building huge pyramids with plastic cups at the age of 7, spending several hours a month in bookstores looking at Architectural Digest, Maybe scrap books with archicture and interior design pictures that inspire me........favoring the architecture in europe over its food and culture......I WANT TO BE AN ARCHITECTURAL DESIGNER! But...im a freshman at University of California-San Diego...a science-based school. Where do i begin with my newly discovered aspiration to be an architect??? Dare i transfer to an art school? i've had no former artistic training- just innate. I do not have a portfolio...I dont know if i know how to draw. Im good at taking portraits (photography).....I dont know where im going with this. Basically, what kind of options should i be looking at? Any advice is appreciated. THANK YOU!!!
~ helpless but excited-beyond-belief, SARA

 
 
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