Growing up I was always really good at math and anything that had to with numbers so I figured that by the time it came to college and choosing a school based on what major I wanted to pursue it would rotate around math. Then I got to my freshman year of high school when I signed up for a class called “Digital Imaging” because it sounded cool and it fulfilled my elective requirement for the year. We began to learn the basics of photoshop and that class is when I first one of my friends making a design of a football player. I was inspired to do the same thing. I got photoshop for Christmas that year and since I was unable to attend school after Thanksgiving that year, I had plenty of time to practice and learn the ins and outs of photoshop. I practiced for months and got pretty good with it. Thus, when I was looking at schools come junior/senior year I leaned towards schools with better graphic design programs since I found a love for it and wanted to continue to pursue it in the future.