I think I could be the best candidate for WGI for a number of reasons. My skillset is broad in knowledge; I am competent in most of the Adobe applications. I also use the Glyphs application to create my own typefaces, and Blender to 3D render. I think I bring a young and fresh perspective to the design and art world. I pride myself on being engaged in current social, cultural and political issues, as well as having a broad knowledge of design trends and styles. Certainly, I have proved to myself that I am capable of living in a completely different city over 15,000 kilometres away from my home town. That experience alone would certainly assist me in the extensive travel and cultural emersion that the WGI requires. Outside University I have completed numerous freelance projects and created brands from scratch. In terms of real-world experience, I have interned at Studio Ongarato for over a year whilst studying. I think I would be able to efficiently apply the skills I have learnt as an intern to the studios involved in WGI. For example, I am educated in the professional design process, how critical feedback works, and how you need to be emotionally intelligent to survive in the design industry. For me, most importantly I would always keep an open mind and be very eager to meet new people and make new connections.