The three jobs that I would be interested in pursuing would be a graphic designer, A Real Estate Photographer, and an Artist. These jobs have appealed to me because they connect to what I have interests in. These seem like such fun and creative jobs I can fully enjoy.

For work, I would like to work for the state or even the country I would really want to be known for my work. The responsibilities that come with these jobs would be strict on being done correctly however, every job has different responsibilities and depends on what has to be set up to be able to begin the work.

The Salary for these jobs all ranges different per week but not so far from each other, Per year is about 40 to 50k. These jobs seem to be the most appealing to me since I really do find them interesting, and they don’t seem like heavy jobs.


1) Who is the client, or company you are representing?


2)What is the product?

iPhone devices

3)Who is the target audience?

people in need of a phone.

4)Where would you expect to see this advertisement?

on the internet and billboards.

5)What kind of lighting are you going to use to make this look professional?

some dark and lighten up exposure.

6)What props do you need?

not much but a phone.

19 best {Advertising} Vintage NIKE Ads images on Pinterest | Vintage nike, Nike tennis shoes and ...

I like this one because it shows the shoe throughout the years.

Raising Cane’s –

I like this one because it looks good

1986 Chevrolet Corvette | Chevrolet corvette, Car ads, Corvette

I like this one because its eye appealing and talk about the corvettes convertible.





I would take a vacation to Dubai because I feel like there’s so many places to see and enjoy. Overall, I think Dubai is such a beautiful place.


National Geographic Covers

National Geographic 1163

I liked this one because its talking about wildlife and Catskills.

National Geographic 1013

I thought this one was very cute and it’s interesting how they are living with orangutans.

National Geographic 1012

I really liked this one because it’s about my favorite animal and wildlife.

Top 100 Of The Most Influential Photos Of All Time


Lunch Atop A Skyscraper, 1932

Lunch Atop A Skyscraper, 1932

These 11 men are eating lunch and smoking on the 69th floor of the flagship RCA building in New York. These men are among the construction workers who helped build Rockefeller Center. The photographers Charles C. Ebbets, Thomas Kelley and William Leftwich were there it’s just unknown who really took this shot.


Falling Man, Richard Drew, 2001

Falling Man, Richard Drew, 2001

This Falling man threw himself off the building occurring of the massive tragedy 9/11. His identity is still unknown but has been told he was an employee at the Windows on the World restaurant, which sat atop the north tower. The photographer was Richard Drew.


V-J Day In Times Square, Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1945

V-J Day In Times Square, Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1945

 Alfred Eisenstaedt was the photographer for this shot that was taken in NYC he went out to find subjects that felt were in the joying of life. This sailor came up and swooped the nurse with a kiss.




-What did you learn in photography?

I learned that there are so many things included into photography that makes it into art.


I chose the Mona Lisa because I found her so interesting knowing Leonardo da Vinci used his brush skill to make it has realistic it is to the real person herself Alicja Zelasko during the Renaissance.