Where I See Myself in 10 Years

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Ten years ago I was only seven years old, or young I should say. That seems like suck a long time ago. I think of all the things that happened in my life in that huge gap of time. How much I’ve grown, learned, and accomplished. Those were my character building years. Now- a- days, I grow curiouser and curiouser about how the next ten years of my life will be spent. What I will be doing, where I will be, who I will be with, the choices I will make, the obstacles I will be forced to overcome, etc. In ten years I will be twenty seven years old. It seems so far away, but considering the last ten years of my life I know it will go by in a blink of an eye. By this time in my life I will be way out of college. I would have done my generals at Cerritos College then transferred to the art institute majoring in media art design. Graduating from there as well. Knowing this, I am sure I will also be well in debt. It sounds terrible and makes me want to rethink that choice but at least I would have gone through a wonderful art school and learned about many things in which I am sincerely interested in beyond question. As for my career, the possibilities are endless! I can see myself as a graphic designer for some awesome company like Adult Swim or Microsoft, maybe even Google or possibly smaller companies than those which I’ve named but still doing the same type of work. I see myself designing video games like Soul Caliber or Gears of War. Even being apart of music production in video games or super cool action movies like kill bill. I see myself as an elementary school art teacher finger painting with the children and encouraging them to color outside of the lines. But way out in left field, I would love to be a writer or journalist for VICE magazine. Vice's content has shifted from dealing mostly with independent arts and pop cultural topics to covering more serious news topics but both are usually treated with the same spirit of “blithe and caustic irreverence”....
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