While in high school I served the community as an assistant art teacher in a primary school. This experience cultivated in me an appreciation for the learning process, and an admiration for those most talented at developing quality teacher-pupil relationships. I considered it a great privilege and responsibility to be able to discover creativity in young minds. The highlight of my days revolved around my job as the art/costume director of one of the school plays. I consider this to be one of the greatest achievements in my life because it opened my eyes to the artistic dexterity I possess, in being able to design specific costumes as they pertained to each character’s role. While in high school, and over the past year, I have accumulated 4 years experience in European art, two of these being in Art and Design GCSE from 2003 to 2004, and the my most recent education in I.B. visual Arts from 2005 to 2006. Upon my graduation, I was awarded Art Student of the Year. Even then, I was dedicated to art studies, and my teachers and peers recognized it.
I believe that art transcends time, and yet it is the one true testament to the here and now. Art says: things are more like they are now than they have ever been; so while time hurries on, art cries for the occasional pause, or smiles too bright not to stop and stare. This is what makes it my passion, the reason I know my entire life will be devoted to