As I introduced myself when I did the movie poster presentation, I have been learning art since I was 3 or 4 years old. When I first met art, I was deeply amazed by seeing someone drew pictures on the street. I thought that was magic and told my mother this is for my life. Since then, I enrolled in an art training class and learned sketching. Later on, I learned drawing, watercolor, and charcoal drawing. I flied from Beijing, China to California to take lessons about abstract art for the first time in my life in a local art studio after I graduated from high school. I really love abstract art and tend to use abstract elements in my art work. However, none of my family member pursue art as their career. With concerns about whether I could live on myself by fine art, my parents let me to study Graphic Design and be a User-Interface designer in the future. At first, I had no idea what Graphic Design is. I basically knew that graphic designer can design logos, trademarks, packages, and websites. But what about the process? Could I make it? What level I could reach? I had no idea about that. The most important thing was – would I like it? After taking my Graphic Design intro class, I still have not gotten all the answers. But, I know one thing is that I really like it and be willing to make effort on it to learn more and grow up. I want to pursue it as my future career.