Despite all the challenges I've faced so far, I managed to overcome them by taking risks as well as putting effort into my work. I plan on taking Interaction Design at George Brown College as it is more on the psychological aspect of design rather than the physical aspect. As my time Art & Design Foundation program at George Brown College is coming to an end, this program has unleashed my true creativity, learning from other students in the class, as well as the opportunity to explore the different careers available within the art world. The professors that I've had throughout my first year of college impressed me from the start and would give excellent feedback that would improve who I've become up until now. I'm more of a lone wolf as supposed to going to someone for advice, not that I have anything against it but I feel as an individual, it's important to learn things on your own when you learn a new skill but whenever you're in need, it's always good to have someone help you out along the way. Well, there's really nothing left for me to say other than, if I were to give advice to those who want to study art at George Brown, I would tell them just to follow your heart and make wise decisions of where you want to take yourself in life.