Hi guys, i've updated my portfolio online, i've also done a bit of work on a brief that was recommended to myself in an older thread (The Drunken Goose) so i might upload a few sketches of logos later on.. As the intervew is in a few weeks i've booked a photography course for myself to attend, which will hopefully be seen as a good thing when i attend the interview. During the course the tutor intends to introduce me to photography and i'll have a few extra bits to add into my portfolio that'll add a bit of variety to my work. Will this be seen as an added asset, or is photography not considered Graphic Design? Last week i also re-visited my work experience company that specializes in Graphic Work just to check that i'm on the right track and they recommended that i read a magazine that's based on Graphic Design, and the changes in the field, typically i forgot the name of the magazine.. so any ideas haha? I'd also appreciate tips on how to present my portfolio to the university. The guys recommended that i either design a template in InDesign and export them as PDF's or present my work in a Powerpoint Presentation. Personally i think that making a sheet(s) in InDesign would be the best idea, but what do you think? A picture is on my portfolio page on how the design of the sheet(s) would look like, obviously with the different projects on different sheets. I was thinking of adding a brief text explanation beside each picture on every sheet briefly giving a short summary of each design. Is the design a bit boring? My portfolio can be found here.. My Portfolio - Luke Davies Graphics Many thanks, Luke!